你没看错，这个Lao Gan Ma Chili Crisp Sauce，就是我大天朝无人不知的“老干妈”！不过这个价格真是开玩笑，9.99美刀一瓶，这比天朝贵多了，要知道天朝才7块7一瓶。在这里并不是推荐大家买这货，而是过来围观一下老美对老干妈的评论，实在有一股莫名的喜感。同时小编也为老干妈扬名海外感到非常之欣慰。废话不多说，下面摘抄了部分老美的评论，大家笑笑即可。
By Erik Zenhausern on September 4, 2013
I loves me my Angry Woman Sauce! I have no idea if this is authentic but it just tastes "Chinese" to me. Can't get enough and confess to eating right out of the bottle or finding something, anything, to use as a "delivery mechanism". Yum!
By Austin Baldwin - See all my reviews
Lao Gan Ma is some of the most delicious stuff to come out of China. It's crispy, it's a little smokey, it's spicy, it's oily, it's good on almost everything.
But, you can't pay these prices for it. Find a local Asian grocery and you can get it for $3-4 a jar. Only if you live out in the boondocks should you pay as much as these online dealers want.
By G. Day on July 26, 2013
I have been a hot sauce aficionado for more than 50 years but I have never found a better one than this. Mixed with a small amount of white vinegar it makes a perfect accompaniment to pot stickers. The crunch adds interest to the captivating flavor and the heat is just perfect. There are other great hot sauces; Marie Sharp's Habanero Sauce comes to mind, but Lao Gan Ma is in a class by itself. I can buy it for $2.39 in a local Chinese grocery so it is very economical but I would pay a whole lot more for this masterpiece.
By MzZavala on May 22, 2013
This stuff is dangerously addictive. You've been warned. I was trying to find chili oil at the local Asian market and was disappointing withmyfinds. I wanted something similar to what I got at the Szechuan restaurant. Well I then came across this and was please with the reviews then purchased two jars. SO GLAD I DID. It is oil based, however, is jam packed with crispy chili flakes filled to the top. It does have some tiny peanut pieces that are crispy toasty, yum. The heat is very notable and smooth. It is quite salty, also. Great condiment!
By ForexTech (Montclair)
The word "sauce" probably makes you think about something somewhat watery, soupy. I thought it would have some little oil but it have none at all. It justa dry mixture of leaves and pepper. Its hot but not chilli stinging.
By rjm1604 (Atlanta, GA USA)
I bought this, thinking it was the Angry Lady sauce (lao gan ma)championedin Fuchsia Dunlop's "Every Grain of Rice." It isn't. That product is black soy bean-based with chilies and is used as a main ingredient in stir frying. This product is more of a dipping/topping sauce for eating with plain rice, livening a dish of steamed vegetables, or perhaps in a dumpling dipping sauce. As such, it's just okay: a little too crunchy, moderately hot, not enough Sichuan peppercorn (má) for me. But it took about a fifth of the bottle to fully season 2+ cups of brown rice. At$8.59/bottle this is way too expensive. I found it in my local Asian market for $2.79. Turns out there are about numerous versions produced by this company, some of which may be worth exploring([...] The black bean version contains "soybean, chilli,vegetable oil, gourmet powder [MSG?], salt, sugar, sesame oil, prickly ash" and is terrific.