Least Favorite Condiment?

HD MM

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I'm going with Miracle Whip.

Miracle Whip is marketed as Mayo, but it's anything but. It's ridiculously sweet and tastes like chemicals. I can't stand when I order a sandwich that calls for Mayo to be sent out with Miracle Whip instead. Some act like it's an equal substitute! Pft! If I ask for Mayo, give me Hellman's or even a decently made homemade version, just don't give me Miracle Whip!!! Yuck city!!

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So, what's your least favorite condiment?
 

cybok0

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I'm going with Miracle Whip.

Miracle Whip is marketed as Mayo, but it's anything but. It's ridiculously sweet and tastes like chemicals. I can't stand when I order a sandwich that calls for Mayo to be sent out with Miracle Whip instead. Some act like it's an equal substitute! Pft! If I ask for Mayo, give me Hellman's or even a decently made homemade version, just don't give me Miracle Whip!!! Yuck city!!

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So, what's your least favorite condiment?

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Bobby

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I grew up with Miracle Whip. I thought it was Mayo. Then I found Best Foods Mayo, the west of the Mississippi version of Hellman's. I haven't touched the Miracle since, not on my own watch that is..... Chemicals indeed!
 

Skyhi

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Easy question for me....

Mayo AND Miracle Whip ruin everything they touch. Yuck!
 

bhelms

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Mustard for me, of essentially any variety. I'm not sure why but I've hard a gag reflex for mustard and almost everything made with it as long as I can remember. So that cuts me off from deviled eggs, most potato and macaroni salads (especially the store-bought ones), etc.

Ironically, the "better" the mustard is (by others' standards of course), the worse it is for me. I can (barely) tolerate the minor squeeze of the runny yellow stuff on a McD's burger for example, but please hold the Gray Poupon or Gulden's...!
 

SabresRule

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Honestly, the only condiments I like are ketchup and barbecue sauce.

As for mustard, mayonnaise, relish, etc.- YUCK!

I'd rather play for the Washington Nationals than touch any of those with a 10-foot pole.
 

HD MM

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You people that don't like mustard surprise me.

How do you eat a hot dog, sausage or brat? And please don't tell me ketchup. A sausage sandwich isn't complete without a slathering of mustard! :hungry:
 

HD MM

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While I like both of Cleveland's own spicy brown mustards, personally, I prefer Bertman's Ball Park version over the Stadium Mustard....

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freezy

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My pet peeve is against steak-sauce-a-holics.

Doesn't matter how good of steak it is, they NEED steak sauce!!!!


While I'm in carnivore heaven with my perfect Med Rare Dry Aged T-Bone....

You freaks can have your machine tenderized chuck/bottom round steak drowning in A-1...and never know the difference. At least you're cheap to satisfy. You know liver is almost tolerable with a ton of crap on it too;)
 

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