condiments

Ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, vinegar ― they don't all need to be refrigerated. Here are the rules.
Here's why I shudder at the thought of mayo on sandwiches or dressing on salads.
The white, gloppy condiment has a lot of haters.
Can you imagine french fries without ketchup? Your favorite deli sandwich without mayo? Pancakes without syrup? Hard to picture and definitely not a world we want to live in! If you're like us, you love dipping, spreading and saucing all kinds of foods with a variety of things, also known as condiments.
If I could no longer eat Ketchup, it would nearly ruin my life. I’m 32 years old. Condiments are meant to act as flavor enhancers
"You may want to get a glass of water," I warn my colleagues. It's 10 a.m., and I've dumped a bag of old white bread on the counter to use as the vehicle for testing 10 vinegary hot sauces, each waiting in a bowl marked with just a number.
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