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Thanks for your input, too. It is showing me that America is getting so much more health conscious.
Yes, it does, especially the flavored ones.
Those sound like good choices. I see what you mean about using something else with the old standbys!
I appreciate your input, too.
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.
That sounds like good condiments for just about everything.
This sounds like a good way to go, too. Thanks for contributing to this question.
Do your prefer tasting your food vs. the additional spices?
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.
I was thinking about making a ketchup instead of using the commercial, though organic, variety.
The French Canadians have gravy with their fries, sometimes just vinegar. When I ate meat, I'd put both ketchup and mustard on the meatloaf.