Sepo Sauce

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I was recently sent a jar of Sepo Sauce to try out, and review for you guys. I don’t eat sandwiches too often anymore but when I do, I like a good sandwich spread. That’s exactly what Sepo sauce is, but it’s NOT JUST a sandwich condiment. There are so many ways you can use this product that is so tasty.


I tried this a few ways just to see how versatile it was. I used it on my low sodium ham wrap that had lettuce, tomato and shredded carrots. The best way I can describe the taste is a mix between a ranch, and a creamy garlicky spread with a mildness of horseradish. It’s very flavorful. The consistency is just like mayonnaise, easy to spread and it’s not thick, but thick enough to coat say a nice chicken breast.


I also tried it on a few other items. I used very little on top of my roasted red potatoes. It melted if you will over the top of my potatoes, but added a nice flavor to the potatoes. I also used it as a dip for my veggies one afternoon for snack! “Move over ranch, there is a new jar in town”. There are so many options for your use of Sepo Sauce. What meals, or foods are you looking to put a nice spice, or spin on?

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

  • Apply it to your skin for that healthy glow (JUST KIDDING)

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Turkey Wrap – good for a dose of protein when you are standing at the fridge around 10pm

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 it in your mouth. Enjoy. Repeat.

Snap, Pop, mmmm SEPO –

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.


To order your jar of Sepo Sauce check out their website. They are selling for $4.00 a jar, and that’s more than reasonable. They are fairly new, and have lots of ideas for expanding but right not Sepo Sauce is their main focus. Check them out on their media links and show them your support.

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