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Do you prefer mayonnaise, ketchup, or mustard?


 

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Do you ever use them all together?


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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Those sound like good choices. I see what you mean about using something else with the old standbys!

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Do your prefer tasting your food vs. the additional spices?

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Yes, it does, especially the flavored ones.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    This sounds like a good way to go, too. Thanks for contributing to this question.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Do you use all types of mustard, or just the standard yellow?


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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    I appreciate your input, too.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    That sounds like good condiments for just about everything.

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    Insane Mundane 4 years ago

    Not to be confused with bologna, I think this is a baloney question about basic condiments... Blah!


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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Thanks for your input, too. It is showing me that America is getting so much more health conscious.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    That is one that I never heard about before...I will have to look for that aoili sauce. I have the butter at work for flatbreads, but I should experiment with it, eh?


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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    I was thinking about making a ketchup instead of using the commercial, though organic, variety.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    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.

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    I tried that as an"instead of" for kethcup.