Re: Ketchup Tips
- From: zekfrivo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (GregS)
- Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2010 15:08:31 GMT
In article <1gfec099rfnpj$.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Sqwertz <swertz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 08 Jul 2010 13:27:11 GMT, GregS wrote:
For a ketchup tip, use the unsalted version.
Who makes an unsalted ketchup? The same companies that make
ObBBQ: Unsalted and unsweetened BBQ sauce anyone?
Salt is like what would be a first reaction to a taste testors
favorite aparently, which is why most premaid food is way oversalted.
It seems they think it will sell to more customers.
I buy the reduced salt Campbells and its sill too salty to me. Some
people like large amounts of salt because they don't seem to otherwise
like food the way is suppose to. BBQ sauce needs the right amount of salt, not unsalted.
Some people use a tablespoon of butter on their corn and also more
salt. I use even less than 1 pat of butter and some pepper.
Its all you need unless you don't like the taste of true corn.
Unsalted salted saltines are NOT salt free. It just does not have that
salt sprinked at the top.
Is it not stupid to eat fries that have been salted and add salted ketchup ?
I got to try the organic..
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