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    Mustard or Mayo??

    Yossarian made a good point in the other thread.


    Mustard is better on most sandwiches than Mayo.

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    the other day me and the little lady had some thai chicken sausages from whole foods.

    i tried one with some peanut butter... and it wasn't horrible. next stage in my food experimentation: nacho cheese wings

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    Camping cooking:
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    1) big bag of doritos of your favorite type.
    2) chicken.

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    2) Insert chicken and shake.
    3) Grill.
    4) Consume with beer and feet in flowing stream.

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    WHICH mustard and WHICH mayo?


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    mustard definitely. I mean, there are no urban legends about finding a condom at the bottom of the mustard jar.

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    tabasco sauce makes this real good mayo with their sauce in it. that is real real good mayo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by assgasorgrass
    mustard definitely. I mean, there are no urban legends about finding a condom at the bottom of the mustard jar.
    why one would wrap it up to bang the mayo jar is beyond me.
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    myth ------> debunked

    due to gonzo's impenetrable logic

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    Quote Originally Posted by basom
    myth ------> debunked

    due to gonzo's impenetrable logic

    Debunked, yes, but maybe it was from personal experience and experimentation?

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    At least until he found the tabasco flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantunamunch
    At least until he found the tabasco flavor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzo
    why one would wrap it up to bang the mayo jar is beyond me.
    The problem I've found is that the jar opening is always too small.
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    For most of my life I would have said mustard, hands down. But, I recently discovered how easy and absofuckinglutely delicious homemade mayo is. Go with the ying-yang solution and put one on each slice.
    Last edited by Dantheman; 05-31-2005 at 09:49 PM.

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    Mayo is sick. If you leave it in the sun it turns into poison... you are not supposed to eat poison. Mustard rules!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dork69
    Mayo is sick. If you leave it in the sun it turns into poison... you are not supposed to eat poison. Mustard rules!
    you a veggie?
    meat left in the sun turns to poison too.

    Psilocybin is poison but fun!

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    Have both, Dijonaise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dork69
    Mayo is sick. If you leave it in the sun it turns into poison... you are not supposed to eat poison. Mustard rules!

    Mustard does in fact rule.

    However I would like address "leaving mayo in the sun." my friends and I did extensive research in this field while they were at UMass and living in Florence. The mayo actually becomes "mayon" which is a highly unstable element that has not yet been recognized by the scientific community and has not been added to the periodic table of elements. The half-life of mayon is roughly 2.2333333333333333repeating minutes, cuz after that the smell makes you barf uncontrollably. Do not touch mayon. It is highly corrosive and will cause chemical burns. our field research pretty much ended then because we ate a bunch of mushrooms and went to a keg at some apartment. the next morning...the mayon was gone, possibly stolen by terrorists to make a super-powerful bomb, possibly thrown in the trash....still not sure on that one.

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    I think the only thing that changed on the original thread was the removing of the little intro that was there, but I just added a little sentence. Otherwise nothing is new.

    Not that I know what you're talking about.

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    theres a lot of variables on this one
    dijon or frenches?
    also, is it just plain mayo (not bad) or mixed with horseradish?
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    Anyone watch America's Test Kitchen?


    Tasters consistently praised Hellmann's and Kraft because they tasted like "what mayonnaise should taste like." Paul Rozin, a noted food psychologist from the University of Pennsylvania, wasn't surprised by our findings. "A blind taste test isn't blind to your past," he said. "The participants" first exposure to a food will usually become their standard to judge all others against. In the case of mayonnaise, many people grew up eating Hellmann's and Kraft. People like familiar tastes."
    More to blame parents for.

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    dijonaise? anyone? synthesize, people!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by surftb15
    tabasco sauce makes this real good mayo with their sauce in it. that is real real good mayo.
    I've been mixing Tababsco and Mayo forever and never knew it was a comercially manufatured product. Wow

    No seriously, Mayo all the way. (unless it's a hotdog)

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    Try mixing mayo, a little salt, sesame oil and some cayenne; spread on ahi and grill as usual.

    Excellent.
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