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You can use Sepo as a sauce, dip, spread or salad dressing. Brightens up fried food and flavors all veggies for a well-rounded bite. People have been suggesting that is great on:

Salads, Veggie trays, and as a dip for pita or tortilla chips, Rib Eye, Pork and Chicken as a finishing sauce, Lobster, crab, sautéed or fried fish, shrimp or calamari as a great substitute for tartar and cocktail sauce for parties.

We loved using this with some salad and my husband used it on his burgers, this is one of the best tasting things. The sauce is very well-balanced. It definitely has a tang to it, which I prefer in sauces. You can taste the garlic in it as well. It can be used a sauce or a dip for chips, veggies, or anything else you’d like.

Below you’ll find a few ways Seponifiq recommends to use their sauce:

Salads, Veggie trays, and as a dip for pita or tortilla chips

Tri tip, Rib Eye, Pork and Chicken as a finishing sauce (does not need applied heat)

Lobster, crab, sautéed or fried fish, shrimp or calamari (absolutely a great substitute for tartar and cocktail sauce for parties)

Use as a dip for bread trays or spread it on your sandwich… replaces at least 4 bottles that you would normally apply to your sandwich bread.

Onion rings, french fries and tempura veggies

SEPO Turkey Wrap
A delicious source of protein!
1 slice smoked turkey breast
1 slice prosciutto
½ Tablespoon whipped cream cheese
2 teaspoons SEPO sauce
½ pepperoncini
Layer the turkey and prosciutto on top of each other. Spread the cream cheese and SEPO sauce on top of that and lay the pepperoncini on top and roll the whole thing up. Pop in in your mouth. Enjoy. Repeat.

SEPO’s Snap, Pop, Mmm!
6 Saltine crackers, Ritz or Rice crackers (for a gluten free snack)
6 teaspoons of SEPO Sauce
¼ cup of shredded cheddar cheese ….hmmm or even pepper jack
1 green apple- peeled and shredded or chopped fine
Fan out the crackers on a paper plate, add a teaspoon of SEPO to each cracker, a sprinkling of cheese, and apple. Yum yum eat 'em up.

Sharla returned to her hometown in 1997 to start a family of her own, where she established a test kitchen of sorts called Baker Farming Co. She and her children later moved from the San Joaquin Valley to Southern California, where she resides today. Sharla notes, “Southern California has enabled me to participate in a healthy lifestyle that answered questions to years of debilitating migraines and sickness that were mostly un-diagnosed. Though I enjoyed all that life had to offer for the palate, I was unaware of the 20 plus food allergies that have always been with me.” After learning of these food allergies, Sharla vowed to continue providing excellent tasting experiences for others, despite the inability to enjoy them herself.

With this goal in mind, Chef Sharla created Sepo Sauce – a well-balanced, versatile sauce featuring a garlicky tang and hint of grated horseradish. She then offered it to family and friends, who raved about its flavor and encouraged her to jar it and share with the world. Taking their advice, Sharla perfected her recipe and made this one-of-a-kind sauce, dip, spread, and dressing available to us all. Purchase it online and taste Sepo for yourself!

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