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Old 03-24-2010, 08:57 PM   #21
 
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Toast with jam and dipped into ketchup.
One of my favorite snacks is rye toast with butter and grape jelly dipped lightly into ketchup. In general though, I'm not a ketchup person.
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I'm getting to the point where I almost don't like chocolate unless it has a flavor counterpoint like salt, curry, spice, etc. Whenever I have plain chocolate, I'm tempted to get the salt shaker out.
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I'm getting to the point where I almost don't like chocolate unless it has a flavor counterpoint like salt, curry, spice, etc. Whenever I have plain chocolate, I'm tempted to get the salt shaker out.
You should try dropping a few Nestle Buncha Crunch into your popcorn... YUMMY
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I eat cheese-itz with apple juice or grape gatorade. Its really good.
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I don't eat them anymore, but when I was a child butter and sugar sandwiches used to be my favorite.

I dip McDonald's fries in their sundaes.

I cut every tiny bit of fat off my meat before I eat it.

I love salt on fruit.
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When I was a kid, I used to LOVE putting cheese doodles or white cheddar cheese popcorn on my pizza, used to be so good. Hmmm I should try that again and see if I still like it.
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this "weird" food habit is actually quite common and delicious! potato chips in my sandwhich. I only use lays orginal chips and a basic faux ham and vegan cheese sandwhich. mmmmmm

i also like dipping plain white bread in barbecue sauce. heaven.
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this "weird" food habit is actually quite common and delicious! potato chips in my sandwhich. I only use lays orginal chips and a basic faux ham and vegan cheese sandwhich. mmmmmm
Wise chips and Jiffy smooth peanut butter on good old Wonder Bread. Oh my, thats good.
Also good with Underwood Deviled Ham. Yum.
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this "weird" food habit is actually quite common and delicious! potato chips in my sandwhich. I only use lays orginal chips and a basic faux ham and vegan cheese sandwhich. mmmmmm
Wise chips and Jiffy smooth peanut butter on good old Wonder Bread. Oh my, thats good.
Also good with Underwood Deviled Ham. Yum.
I'm now tempted to go downstairs and make a peanut-butter and potato chip sandwich.....The combo sounds good even in my head!
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im gonna try the banana ice cream
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I like unsweetened chocolate. And spicy chocolate, and I experiment with different flavors like cherry almond or rum or green tea when I make truffles.

And I tend to need to sniff my food before I eat it.
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I just learned that I am the only 1 that puts salt on oranges. All my life, Ive thought that everyone ate them that way.

I also, love day old movie popcorn. I usually get a large bag with lots of butter (I like it swimming) and eat about 1/3 of the popcorn. Then I take the rest home and eat it a day or two later. At this point, its been marinating in butter and oooh its sooo Yummy.

I know these things may sound crazy, but I promise if you try it You Will Like It!
You're not the only one!!

I put salt on Apples, Mango, Oranges. Sometimes a little lime juice if the fruit is lacking flavor. Always on tomatoes too or cukes. Maybe I have a salt problem

Nah.....I don't use a lot of salt when I cook.
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tamales and raw cocoa. the aztecs were on to something!
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I just learned that I am the only 1 that puts salt on oranges. All my life, Ive thought that everyone ate them that way.

I also, love day old movie popcorn. I usually get a large bag with lots of butter (I like it swimming) and eat about 1/3 of the popcorn. Then I take the rest home and eat it a day or two later. At this point, its been marinating in butter and oooh its sooo Yummy.

I know these things may sound crazy, but I promise if you try it You Will Like It!
You're not the only one!!

I put salt on Apples, Mango, Oranges. Sometimes a little lime juice if the fruit is lacking flavor. Always on tomatoes too or cukes. Maybe I have a salt problem

Nah.....I don't use a lot of salt when I cook.
LOL, I think u just like salt.
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white bread and bbq sauce.
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Canned salmon, straight out of the can, bones and all.

Burnt garlic. Chop some garlic and throw it in a pan with a little olive oil, throw some chicken on top, cook til chicken is done and garlic is burned. I'm addicted to it.
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I always always alwayssss dip my french fries in ranch dressing. Everytime I go to a restaurant its like a given "RANCH WITH MY FRIES". Sooooo good. Even better when its a really delicious thick ranch dressing that some restaurants have. MMM, getting hungry...
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salt on anything sweet brings out the sweetness. Some put salt on chocolate ice cream!

For me, I can eat a jar of Claussen pickles. But that's not the weird thing. It's me, drinking the pickle juice! I love pickle juice!
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I always always alwayssss dip my french fries in ranch dressing. Everytime I go to a restaurant its like a given "RANCH WITH MY FRIES". Sooooo good. Even better when its a really delicious thick ranch dressing that some restaurants have. MMM, getting hungry...
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I always always alwayssss dip my french fries in ranch dressing. Everytime I go to a restaurant its like a given "RANCH WITH MY FRIES". Sooooo good. Even better when its a really delicious thick ranch dressing that some restaurants have. MMM, getting hungry...
ditto!!!
Mmmmmhmmm.

And pizza. But only some kinds....
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