ranch sauce react with buffalo strip creates ultimate spice?
Ok so i got some tyson boneless buffalo strips cuz i was feeling lazy and didnt wanna have to work around a bone, now i kno ur supposed to have blue cheese sauce with buffalo wings but ive never found a decent blue cheese sause in the supermarket, but i kno ranch is also good with em. i was gonna get some hidden valley but they were out of regular so i had to get light, anyway i cook em up im dipping and eating and the spice starts building up but it doesnt even out or fade away it keeps getting stronger and stronger until i realize its the strongest spice ive ever tasted(and i've eaten straight wasabi) at first i thought "damn tyson makes a hell of a buffalo sauce" and it does seem that their main spice is cayeene peppers BUT i then noticed that these wings are probably nto meant to spicy at all, or most likely mild because on the packaging there is no listing of spice level or even mention of it being spicy, so i have come to the conclusion that the ranch sauce reacted with the buffalo sauce and somehow created a spice that can build on itsself without fadind or topping off at any point.
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