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Which condiment do you eliminate?

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2 minutes ago, theguru said:

I haven't used it in forever but it is okay.  I like 57 much better. 

I'm not sure if I have ever eaten it.

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Just now, Kentucky Windage said:

Miracle Whip is for millennials. 

This offends me. 

-- A Millenial

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Just now, Kentucky Windage said:

Miracle Whip is for millennials. 

Everyone I know that eats it is old. Kids don't know about it...they are all mayo only.

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Just now, Jumper_Dad said:

Everyone I know that eats it is old. Kids don't know about it...they are all mayo only.

Ditto. 

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7 minutes ago, Jumper_Dad said:

Everyone I know that eats it is old. Kids don't know about it...they are all mayo only.

This.

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Mustard and it's not even close.  I would or have put every other condiment on a cheeseburger or lunch meat sandwich. All of them within the past month or two.  Condiments are my weakness. 

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Hot Sauce for me too.  I could do without Mustard just fine.

Only time I use A1 is when I make some grilled onion in foil for my steak.

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#4 mustard for me, just don't like the taste of it on stuff.

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Am I allowed to eliminate Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce but still use my own barbecue sauce recipe? Sweet Baby Ray's is absolutely putridly sweet, and I basically only use my own barbecue sauce, anyway.

Every now any then I make homemade steak sauce too. I could live with that instead of A1 if I had to....although I do like A1. Kroger's store-brand steak sauce is actually my favorite.

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If a steak is prepared correctly, there's never a need for steak sauce.  So the easy choice is A1.

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6 minutes ago, CincySportsFan said:

If a steak is prepared correctly, there's never a need for steak sauce.  So the easy choice is A1.

I use steak sauce on chicken primarily...but it goes well on pork chops and salmon as well.

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Mustard is weird for me.  I like it on cheese coneys because of the mix with the chili and cheese, but not on a plain hot dog for some reason.  Definitely don't like mustard on burgers.

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If we are going strictly by the products listed as you see them, from a functionality standpoint I would probably eliminate the A1 sauce. The others are much better suited for mixing with other products for a well rounded pantry. If we are going by taste and enjoyment, goodbye to the Miracle Whip.

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Honestly, you can have it all besides hot sauce and barbecue sauce. Ketchup is the laziest of all  condiments. There is always a better alternative. Never been much of a mustard fan. A1 and Miracle Whip and both straight trash. If real mayo was an option it could stay, but miracle whip will never be allowed in my house. 

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