Kitchen Garden's sriracha is a naturally fermented Asian-style chili sauce made from organic peppers grown at a 50-acre, certified organic vegetable farm, owned and operated by Tim Wilcox and Caroline Pam in Sunderland, MA. It has a bright, fruity taste with sharp chili heat and a pronounced garlic flavor. It's delicious on eggs, rice, noodles, in soup, on grilled meats and fish, and fried chicken. They start by selecting fully ripe organic peppers from their fields, which they grind with organic garlic, sugar, and salt and allow to ferment for 4-10 days, depending on the ambient temperature. After fermentation, the pepper "mash" is heated and passed through a food mill to remove all of the skins and seeds. Then they cook it with vinegar and bottle it. Kitchen Garden's Organic Sriracha Sauce is sealed and shelf-stable, but should be refrigerated after opening.