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View Poll Results: What condiment can you not live without?
Ketchup 31 24.22%
Mustard 20 15.63%
Mayo 10 7.81%
Relish 1 0.78%
Hot SAuce 17 13.28%
Ranch 17 13.28%
Salad Dressing (non ranch) 3 2.34%
Salsa/Taco Sauce 2 1.56%
BBQ Sauce 17 13.28%
Other (explain) 10 7.81%
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Old 10-25-2012, 07:28 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Does anyone like Chow-Chow? It is kind of like relish.

My mom is from the Maritimes (New Brunswick) and that is why I know of it, but didn't know that it was so big in the Southern states either. Anyway, it is good.

We had this in Tennesse and is very similar to the East Coast one:


"This sweet and sour relish is made with green tomatoes, cabbage and spices."
Looks good. I am in KY and TN this week so I will have to look for some.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:48 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Both my mom & my dad do this. I think it is the grossest thing in the world (hate mayonnaise). Dad is from Europe, but apparently it is also common in Quebec where my mom lived for a while. Yuck. Yuck. Yuck.
if you have not tried it, you must.

they also have a low fat alternative to mayo in europe called vlaamse, it's not as good tasting or as bad for you.

but seriously, mayo is just emulsified eggs and oil and a dash of vinegar. just like most salad dressings. try some mayo on yo fries!!!!
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Must have pepper sauce.
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I hate catsup

Worst invention ever. Stuff is awful
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I chose other. That other would be Honey. Honey is the most amazing thing ever created. I put that s**t on everything.

On a side note,I was forced to choose other because I don't eat anything else on the list. I hate condiments, especially Ketchup. Ketchup is the most vile repulsive thing ever invented. I say that with 0 sarcasm.
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:27 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I hate catsup

Worst invention ever. Stuff is awful
Ditto!!

Mustard narrowly edges out Frank's Hot Sauce with Horseradish sauce close behind. To each their own though.
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Old 10-25-2012, 11:38 AM   #34 (permalink)
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I'm the only one who picked Relish
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I remember eating this as a kid.


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Old 10-25-2012, 12:24 PM   #36 (permalink)
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if you have not tried it, you must.

they also have a low fat alternative to mayo in europe called vlaamse, it's not as good tasting or as bad for you.

but seriously, mayo is just emulsified eggs and oil and a dash of vinegar. just like most salad dressings. try some mayo on yo fries!!!!
No way, I hate mayo! So gross!
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I remember eating this as a kid.


You can get that stuff (from the UK) at your local grocery store. The wife and I in particular love their 'pourable sunshine' salad dressing...



It's damn good on sandwiches!
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Olive oil! So versatile. So perfect. I absolutely love it and pretty much manage to put it on nearly everything!

It's intriguing that ranch gets its own spot apart from all other salad dressings. I had no idea it was so popular! I wonder if the power of suggestion is the reason for its popularity here (it is the most specific of all the choices) or if it is something else. Maybe its ubiquity in packaged convenience foods generates mass appeal?
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Bump for votes.
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No more voting, but since posting, I have developed an allergy to honey, I can still eat the 'honey-flavored' crap, but no more real honey, makes me nauseous, doc said no more
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No way, I hate mayo! So gross!
Have you tried Hidden Valley Ranch, yet?
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Does anyone like Chow-Chow? It is kind of like relish.

My mom is from the Maritimes (New Brunswick) and that is why I know of it, but didn't know that it was so big in the Southern states either. Anyway, it is good.

We had this in Tennesse and is very similar to the East Coast one:


"This sweet and sour relish is made with green tomatoes, cabbage and spices."
This is very popular in my area. The Amish make it. I have never had it.
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Have you tried Hidden Valley Ranch, yet?
I have the thicker ranch dip for vegetables on occasion but not on salad.

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This is very popular in my area. The Amish make it. I have never had it.
It is so good Josie! Well, to me. If you like "sweet" or "bread & butter" pickles, you will like this. Great on eggs.
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I literally eat no condiments on my food (except for hot sauce on chicken). No ketchup, no mustard, no mayo, no anything.

No salad dressing, no dipping sauces, so relish or onions.

My hot dogs and burgers and subs are all the same: meat and bun.

And yes I am 25 years old
This is me as well and I'm 28. I like my food well seasoned with spices. I do however use the occasional condiment on items like Reuben sandwiches and other things but nothing I couldn't live without.
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Horseradish for me. I also put the previously mentioned chow-chow along with hot sauce on my salad. So I'll throw in a vote for chow-chow as well.

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