40 Valentine's Day Gifts That’ll Make Your Significant Other Say “Whoa, Where Did You Find That??”

Knock their socks off with a gift they'll never expect.

1/24/2021 5:01:00 PM

Knock their socks off with a gift they'll never expect.

Knock their socks off with a gift they'll never expect.

from Fly By Jing they'll wanna use on EVERYTHING. It's hot and tingly without being overwhelmingly spicy, and its bold flavor adds an amazing flavor to pretty much anything from noodles and eggs, to pizza and even ice cream! *Plus*, it's vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, and made without preservatives or artificial flavors.

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Tap to play or pause GIFTap to play or pause GIFFly By JingJing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing, is a chef, entrepreneur, and a globally-renowned expert on Chinese cuisine. While the flavors are inspired by her hometown of Chengdu, Jing's recipes are deeply personal and offer a unique taste you won't find anywhere else.

I got this sauce as a gift, and I have beenobsessedever since I tried it. It combines the most prized Sichuan peppercorns with fragrant dried chilies, fermented black beans, garlic, shallots and more for a numbing, umami-rich flavor that has enhanced truly everything I've tried it on — without overpowering the other flavors. headtopics.com

I've been struggling to find the right sauce to take my home-cooked dishes to the next level, and let me tell you, this is it!Plus, the packaging is super cute and thoughtful, and mine even came with a beautiful little zine that includes a breakdown of the ingredients, some amazing recipe ideas, and more!

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hmm fingers crossed he pays attention.. sideeye