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Yes, it does, especially the flavored ones.
Novel Treasure says
Thanks for your input, too. It is showing me that America is getting so much more health conscious.
Those sound like good choices. I see what you mean about using something else with the old standbys!
I appreciate your input, too.
TR Smith says
I tried that as an"instead of" for kethcup.
Do your prefer tasting your food vs. the additional spices?
That sounds like good condiments for just about everything.
Sarah C Nason says
Do you ever use them all together?
Only on hot dogs do I use all 3 together. For sandwiches, just mayo and mustard. For fries, just ketchup. For mashed/baked potatoes, I add mayo sometimes. I also like ketchup on my scrambled eggs and hash-browns. So it really depends on the food.
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Rosmery Martinez says
Barbara Sloan says
This sounds like a good way to go, too. Thanks for contributing to this question.
Not to be confused with bologna, I think this is a baloney question about basic condiments... Blah!
I was strictly looking at the condiments, but now that you mentioned sauces, that opens up another world. Thanks.
Do you belive that vinegar is not a condiment or that ketchup is not a sauce, they are all condiments, sauces, or traclements, take your pick.
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Jim Higgins says
Highland Terrier says
I was thinking about making a ketchup instead of using the commercial, though organic, variety.