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Sriracha Addicts, Grab Your Water: Top Three Rooster-Flavored Foods

Most food items don't make it into the news regularly -- unless, of course, you're Twinkies and life as you've known it for half a century is about to end, then unceremoniously come back again.

Sriracha, the most beloved hot sauce across the universe, on the other hand, is constantly popping up on fans' feeds; it's burning people's sinuses and the factory has to be shut down one day; it's been pardoned by a judge the next.

The Rooster is making headlines once again. San Jose-based catering company Moveable Feast just announced its plans for an Electronic Sriracha Festival, a celebration of all things sriracha and EDM.

While we're not sure what to make of this -- is it awesome or terrible? -- we've decided to compile a list of the three best foods flavored with the best chili sauce ever known to man.

See Also: Sriracha Plant Shut Down Due to Offensive Odors

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3. Sriracha Beef Jerky

Sure, beef jerky needs no improvements. After all, few other food items can get you mimicking the dietary choices of a caveman. Still, sriracha makes life that much sweeter (or spicier). And we think sriracha-dusted beef jerky is one of the greatest things to come about since sliced bread -- heck, maybe even better. Numerous takes are available, including readily available Jack Link's and artisanal brands, like Lawless Jerky.

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