Which condiment could you eat the most of on its own?

:musical_note: whiskers on kittens :musical_note:

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Anything officially classified as a condiment would be awful on its own.

The correct answer is what @ma0sm said: Custard.

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In German, it’s called “meerrettich” (sea radish) because it grows by the sea. Many believe the English mispronounced the German word “meer” and began calling it “mareradish.” Eventually it became known as horseradish. The word “horse” (as applied in “horseradish”) is believed to denote large size and coarseness, much like a horses penis.

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Because they look like a horse’s cock.

not seen marckee for a while actually

This caught me off guard.

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wholegrain mustard

That’s a hot sauce

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American yellow mustard for me. It’s obviously shite and yet much nicer, could eat a load of that.

I’ve been known to drink caesar sauce directly from the bottle

It’s on the list, so I’m having it

Tartar was actually the inspiration for this thread (fish Friday in the canteen innit). Decided it was a bit too salty to eat in large quantities.

Beg to differ.

In answer to the OP: None. Condiments are way overrated.

I could happily drink Soy Sauce by the pint. I’m sure I read about someone dying from doing this though so if I were to prove it it’d have to be for a bet substantial enough to secure the future of my family.

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No you couldn’t

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I’ll wire you a fiver over paypal if you film yourself doing it.

FIVE WHOLE BRITISH POUNDS MAN.

Sure I could. Light soy sauce obvs, not the super dense dark stuff.

Prove it. Down a pint of soy sauce and video it

Would you chip in another 5 pounds?

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I fear my family may need more than this to live on.

I brewed a stout that went wrong and tasted a bit like soy sauce once. I quite liked it, which was handy as no other bugger would go anywhere near it.