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The Forum > General Discussion > There's no such thing as too much pepper!

There's no such thing as too much pepper!

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What is your favourite condiment?

Salt, sauces, mustard, mayonnaise, etc. I guess any flavour added to food at the end, rather than as an ingredient in the cooking or preparing process could be called a condiment.

Do you like a diversity of flavours, or do you have a strong favourite?

Are subtle or natural flavours best, unadulterated by last-minute additives?

Or is the blander the better your preference?
Posted by Ludwig, Sunday, 12 August 2012 9:32:51 AM
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Give me a break Luudy, next you will want to discuss tooth paste, which is mintier? Which one really brightens?.....just kidding.
Posted by sonofgloin, Sunday, 12 August 2012 11:24:38 AM
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I can not eat with out the white death-salt.
Very strange, not sure why, but gave it up when on my diet, lost 18 kg.
Put it back on, understand I should be on it and can not.
Not a bad cook but not able to eat good food?
Weird but salt pepper and condiment is found on my food.
Posted by Belly, Sunday, 12 August 2012 4:06:06 PM
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Soggy!!

You give ME a break.

If you arenít interested in the subject, then donít comment on it!

Sheesh!

Hey, you ainít seen nothin yet. Iíve got all sorts of new general threads lined up!

Toothpaste eh? Hadnít thought of that one. But yeah, why not? ( :>/
Posted by Ludwig, Sunday, 12 August 2012 7:20:09 PM
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Thanks Belly. We now have one vote for salt and one for pepper!

<< Not a bad cook but not able to eat good food? >>

Hmmm. That sounds like a bit of a paradoxÖ or a contradiction perhaps?

Exercise. Get into a good exercise regimen and you will have a whole lot more freedom with what you can eat!

My diet is ok but nothing special, but Iím very active Ė always hiking up hills or running on beaches. So a fairly frequent intake of KFC and fish&chips doesnít pack the kilos on my midriff! ( :>)
Posted by Ludwig, Sunday, 12 August 2012 7:29:29 PM
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Ludwig it is winter!
I can cook good stir fry and can find a reason to put salt even on it.
But CRIMSON WINTER!
Gets down to about 4 or 5 below now and again.
Re named the rain drenched place foot rot flats.
Never keen on winter.
Eating stews and soup heavy, and all that but can not look at steamer.
Funny lived on stew as a kid, called it the black death!
Each of us swore we would NEVER eat it again when we started work.
Yet we all came back and love it, providing there is enought salt in it.
Mine wins the family praise as best!
Do not tell any one the secrete is two tins of lentil soup as a base to two gallons of every thing you ever thought could go in soup and? salt.
Posted by Belly, Monday, 13 August 2012 5:29:21 AM
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