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Old 27.02.2015, 19:30
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

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I don't know if this counts because I've never seen it here (I had terrible withdrawal symptoms ), but I used to be addicted to Branston pickle. Mmmmmm
Large branches of COOP sell Branston in their international section.
I've got a jar of it in my cupboard and I hate the stuff.
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Old 27.02.2015, 19:35
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

When I'm eating home - I have my home made paprika paste jar (basically minced hot paprika and salt plus olive oil, stored in the refrigerator)
Other than that, Tabasco and Dijon mustard, depending on the food.
Oh, and garlic paste....although I really try to avoid it.
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Old 27.02.2015, 19:57
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Vodka
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Old 27.02.2015, 20:01
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Lingonberry jam! No meat dish is complete without it.
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Old 27.02.2015, 20:12
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Do fish count as a condiment in their whole form? I suppose you could blend them into a Bloody Mary! Although Oysters are supposed to be quite good for that.
While I sometimes buy them fresh, generally I buy them either packed in salt or in oil, and not whole, or in the liquid form (various asian fish sauces).

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Old 27.02.2015, 20:12
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Garlic.
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Old 27.02.2015, 20:17
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Tartar sauce. There's no point in having fish if it's not slathered in tartar sauce.
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Old 27.02.2015, 20:18
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When I'm eating home - I have my home made paprika paste jar (basically minced hot paprika and salt plus olive oil, stored in the refrigerator)
Other than that, Tabasco and Dijon mustard, depending on the food.
Oh, and garlic paste....although I really try to avoid it.
Well, I would have said chiles, but to me they are a vegetable and not a condiment (at least in the quantities we use, same for garlic).

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Old 27.02.2015, 20:20
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Lingonberry jam! No meat dish is complete without it.
You must be Swedish.

Does it go with surstroemming?

I still have three cans.

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Old 27.02.2015, 20:25
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Butter.

<wanders off to make pancakes... or cornbread... or a toasted cheese sandwich, can't decide>
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Old 28.02.2015, 08:55
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Old 28.02.2015, 19:16
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

I second the Sarsons Malt Vinegar.

After that:

1) Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce,
2) Branston Pickle,
3) Oxo cubes.
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Old 28.02.2015, 21:01
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Curry Gewürz ketchup no sandwich is being made without it
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Old 28.02.2015, 21:39
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Lime pickle - essential for cheese sandwiches . Soy sauce & Sriracha too, but we've already had them.
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Old 28.02.2015, 21:52
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Freshly squeezed lime juice. Lemon is ok, too.

And then I am known to put Chubritza into a lot of meals.

Honey.
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Old 28.02.2015, 22:11
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Hot jalapeño relish. Really hot...
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Old 28.02.2015, 22:50
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

Low fat mayo (full fat version makes me feel a bit ill). Nom nom nom.
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Re: What condiment could you not live without?

What brand Jern? I am always looking for new condiments, there's still space in the fridge.

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Old 01.03.2015, 10:44
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What brand Jern? I am always looking for new condiments, there's still space in the fridge.
Not fussy. I usually stock up on UK supermarket own-brand versions when I can get it. It's not particularly hot (although outrageously hot by Swiss standards), but it's good enough for our barbecues in the woods. Mexican or American when I see it.
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What brand Jern? I am always looking for new condiments, there's still space in the fridge.
Jalapeno relish is easy-peasy to make - and you can ramp up the heat well beyond 'Swiss levels' if you wish.

I use this as a basic recipe, but it's a bit too mild for me so I leave the seeds in for the heat. Or use serranos or habaneros for extra kick.

http://solidgoldeats.com/garden-fresh-jalapeno-relish/
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