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#2900667 - 01/18/19 08:56 PM A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing)
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Ketchup, mayonaise, mustard, relish, butter. Are these all considered "spreads"?
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#2900673 - 01/18/19 09:07 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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All gross except butter
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#2900689 - 01/18/19 09:36 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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Originally Posted By: hal9000
Ketchup, mayonaise, mustard, relish, butter. Are these all considered "spreads"?


You forget legs and buttcheeks.
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#2900694 - 01/18/19 09:45 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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Originally Posted By: hal9000
Ketchup, mayonaise, mustard, relish, butter. Are these all considered "spreads"?


"Condiments". fight

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#2900695 - 01/18/19 09:47 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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condiments

I prefer hot sauces and salsa lizano and tiger sauce.
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#2900698 - 01/18/19 09:55 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: keenfish]
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Hummus is a "spread".

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#2900743 - 01/18/19 11:29 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: ifallalot]
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Originally Posted By: ifallalot
All gross except butter


agree'd except Mustard - love that shit in all its different variations.

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#2900746 - 01/18/19 11:33 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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Mustard, the hotter the better. The only food the English got right.
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#2900748 - 01/18/19 11:34 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: keenfish]
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Originally Posted By: keenfish
condiments


I prefer hot sauces and salsa lizano and tiger sauce.


The true origin of ketchup.

Actually originated as k-tsiap. Honan Chinese.

This could be considered a sauce,

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#2900753 - 01/18/19 11:39 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: Coat Hanger]
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Originally Posted By: Coat Hanger
Mustard, the hotter the better. The only food the English got right.


Mustard. Mustard seed.

What typically makes it hot is the addition of horseradish.

The best horseradish IMO is the Tule Lake Brand from NorCal.

The good sh1t. Creamed or the straight stuff.

If your store carries it, it is in the refrigerated section unlike all the other horseradishes.

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#2900754 - 01/18/19 11:41 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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Mayonnaise is a spread. Anything you spread with a knife is a spread, except peanut butter.
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#2900755 - 01/18/19 11:42 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: ifallalot]
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Originally Posted By: ifallalot
All gross except butter


Butter is semi rancid milk.

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#2900759 - 01/18/19 11:45 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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Originally Posted By: hal9000
Mayonnaise is a spread. Anything you spread with a knife is a spread, except peanut butter.


Mayonnaise is considered a "Made Dish". Oil, eggwhites.

Before refrigeration, food storage, people used to die on a regular basis eating Mayonnaise that had been sitting out for a while too long.

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#2900760 - 01/18/19 11:52 PM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: Leaverite]
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Mustard was a British staple. Even back in the late 1800's in the British Navy. Salt Beef and mustard.

Also Worcestershire sauce.

Mayonnaise was a French concoction.

Fvckin Frogs.

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#2900765 - 01/19/19 12:07 AM Re: A thread where we fight about food classifications (SR because we all like to eat food after surfing) [Re: hal9000]
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The thing about stuff like dishes like Mayonnaise and condiments is shelf life.

Worchestershire sauce, mustard, catchup could be made by the gallons, stored without refrigeration and survive.

When you add in dairy products the shelf life drops off to zero unless used when made.

Those little packets of Mayo you get at the deli. Little time bombs.

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