"Do you want a little food with those condiments?" My answer to that question would be, maybe a little. Yep, I do love my condiments, all kinds of condiments, and yes, I blogged about this subject before, but it was back in 2009 and any readers of my blog that haven't been reading it for that long has probably missed it. Here is a link to that blog:
So, what are my favorite condiments? Let's start with salads. I do use the standard vinegar and oil, but also add agave to sweeten it and onion salt and salt to spice it up some. I also love avocadoes. I put chopped onions, onion powder, and salt on them. Oh, they are so good and the onions sure do compliment them. Another fruit that I love is kiwi. Guess what, I don't put any condiments on them.
I guess my list of condiments that I like and keep handy would be Miracle Whip, Heinz Ketchup, horseradish or horseradish sauce, hot sauce, salt and pepper, agave, and I also use butter and almond butter as a condiment. I put butter, almond butter, and salt in hot oatmeal and that makes me a great breakfast.
I do not eat peanut butter. Peanuts are not nuts, they are legumes that grow under ground and are always contaminated with mico-toxins from mold. Anything with peanuts in it is not good for you. Take my word for it, and I used to raise my own peanuts and did love to eat them, raw, boiled, or roasted, that is, until I found out how bad they are for you. Just remember, real nuts grow on trees, not under ground. Back then, a fellow moved here from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and when he heard that I grew peanuts, he wanted to come over and see my peanut tree. I actually thought about tying some peanuts to a tree, but then after I quit laughing, I explained to him how peanuts grow. Now, you all throw away your peanut butter, get some almond butter, and have a great day, you hear?