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I remember when they had a deal with bk. I used to love that sandwich.
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Why is high fructose corn syrup the first ingredient in cheap BBQ sauces?
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My local dollar tree carries these
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What's stupid, bullseye took hfcs out at one time. Then, put it back in.
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This used to be my favorite...in 1997...
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$10 now.
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The Results of America's Test Kitchen Bottled Barbecue Taste Test

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Bull's-Eye Original BBQ Sauce
$2.59 for 18 oz ($0.14 per oz)
This "all-purpose" product won over tasters with its "balanced sweetness," "tomatoey" flavor, "subtle smoke," and "nice tang," all "without any of the flavors overwhelming each other." This "straightforward" barbecue sauce was "immediately pleasing to the palate" and "not as gloppy" as some others.

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Heinz Classic Sweet & Thick BBQ Sauce
$2.69 for 18 oz ($0.15 per oz)
Though some tasters found this product "a tad too sweet," others enjoyed this "bold" barbecue sauce's "very sweet" and "peppery" flavor combo, as well as the "bit of tang" and "nice smoky aftertaste." This "viscous" product's "smooth" texture and "addictive flavor" led one taster to declare, "The more I eat, the more I like it."

Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce
$2.69 for 18 oz ($0.15 per oz)
This pleasantly "sugary" and "robust" product's "instant hit of flavor" and "tangy bite" added up to "pretty perfect" flavor for some tasters, even though it seemed "supersweet" to others. This product's "ketchupy" texture made it an "excellent barbecue sauce for dipping" while the "good spiciness" lent a "touch of heat."

Recommended with Reservations

KC Masterpiece Original Barbecue Sauce
$1.69 for 18 oz ($0.09 per oz)
Most tasters enjoyed this product's "pleasantly smoky" and "supersweet" flavor; its "good cling" and "thick" texture further won over tasters. A few tasters took issue with the sauce's "unassuming" taste, saying the flavor was "too weak" and "needed a little more of a kick."

Kraft Original Barbecue Sauce & Dip
$1.99 for 18 oz ($0.11 per oz)
This "candy-like" sauce's "unique flavor" reminded tasters of "pumpkin-spiced barbecue" and "roasted fruit." Even though this "very sweet" product was overwhelming for some and the "almost plummy" flavor "may not be mainstream enough," the sauce was lauded for its "nice heat" and "hint of smoke."

Jack Daniel's Original No. 7 Recipe Barbecue Sauce
$2.99 for 19 oz ($0.16 per oz)
"It tastes exactly like a campfire," noted one taster, describing this product's "woodsy" and "liquid smoke" flavor. The "deep and smoky" sauce was "delicious," "pure barbecue flavor" to some, but others found it "artificial" and thought this "meaty and savory" sauce "could use a pinch more sweetness."

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Stubb's Original Legendary Bar-B-Q Sauce
$4.49 for 18 oz ($0.25 per oz)
Tasters likened this Texas-style (rather than Kansas City-style) product to "spicy, watery ketchup" that "was not sweet at all." The "tart" and "sour" flavor reminded one taster of "old tomato puree," while others took issue with the "metallic aftertaste" and "very thin" texture.
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Why is high fructose corn syrup the first ingredient in cheap BBQ sauces?
For the same reason high fructose corn syrup is used in anything. Cost.
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I remember when they had a deal with bk. I used to love that sandwich.
I remember... Ahhhh the good ol days.
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Why is high fructose corn syrup the first ingredient in cheap BBQ sauces?
I suspect in this case it serves as a nice thickener in addition to its other properties. Nobody wants watery bbq sauce.
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Get those insulin shots out boys!
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These are $1 each at the dollar tree and you can make sure the expiry is good when u buy from there. Amazon cheap bulk food always seems to run out in a month (even if expiry is more of a suggestion, why buy the stale stuff y'know)
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I call BS on "original". Bullseye was great back in the day, now it's meh.
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The Results of America's Test Kitchen Bottled Barbecue Taste Test

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Stubb's Original Legendary Bar-B-Q Sauce
$4.49 for 18 oz ($0.25 per oz)
Tasters likened this Texas-style (rather than Kansas City-style) product to "spicy, watery ketchup" that "was not sweet at all." The "tart" and "sour" flavor reminded one taster of "old tomato puree," while others took issue with the "metallic aftertaste" and "very thin" texture.
I'll agree with them on that one. We tried Stubbs. It was ok when we first opened it, but about a month later, the vinegar and tomato took over, and became very watery.
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