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What is the worst condiment?

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Woobin Wandle
January 03, 2020 5:24PM
In the land down under where I'm from, I must say vegemite is hands down the worst thing that has ever entered my mouth, and there's been some crazy stuff in there before, lemme tell ya. That stuff is repugnant, vile, and abhorrent. We spread that around on our back patio to keep the gnats and kangaroos away it's that bad.
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Ted White
January 07, 2020 6:15PM
Horseradish Sauce. Can't bear the taste,smell or touch of the stuff after wshing lots of pots of the muck! The only part I can touch without throng up is the natural root being dug up
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Lilyana Wilson
January 09, 2020 11:32PM
getting rejected
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Kevin Stringer
January 03, 2020 6:25PM

Tabasco hot sauce - it doesn't even taste good, it just tastes like peppers and a LOT of vinegar.

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Whitney Nicholson
January 13, 2020 1:37AM
Tarter sauce!
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Kamm
January 12, 2020 11:32PM
WASABI is the worst condiment by far. The scent of it makes me want to throw up.
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Cody Davis
January 08, 2020 4:10PM
@evanstam is right
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spbromiley
January 12, 2020 5:27AM
Wasabi
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john42
January 03, 2020 5:42PM
In my opinion, the more foods that can be paired with a condiment, the better it is. It's a testament to not only its versatility, but also its taste. This is why I consider malt vinegar to be the worst condiment. Not only does it an acquired taste (putting it mildly), it really only goes with fish.
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Narayanan
January 07, 2020 5:40PM
Well, for me, the WORST CONDIMENT that I'd ever tasted in my entire life would be : Mustard sauce and "Vegetarian Mayonnaise". To be honest with y'all, they are a pain in the butt.
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Baby Tami
January 08, 2020 2:58PM
tartar sauce
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Mohammad tavakoli
January 08, 2020 3:18PM
blue cheeze
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Avan Abbaszadeh
January 13, 2020 6:58PM
umm there is so many I dont know if i can answer
Mustard. bleh
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Wolfine Misty
January 12, 2020 9:37PM
This will likely vary by person. If you are looking for something to use, I suggest finding every condiment you can, cutting up what you are eating, and spreading some of each condiment on the cut up pieces. Taste each of them individually, writing down what each of them taste like and whether you liked it or not, do the same with the pain one. Between each of the bites, rinse your mouth with water to rid of the taste and prep yourself for the next bite. Rank them from best to worst, you will the know which condiment(to your prefrence) is the worst.
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Megan Marais
January 12, 2020 7:43PM
What is the worst condiment? For me, I would probably have to say either mustard or saurkraut. Mustard is just disgusting and should not be a thing. Saurkraut on the other hand, is far worse. WHO PICKLES CABBAGE??? That is what saurkraut is in German, and cabbage on it's own is vile anyway. So remember: MUSTARD AND SAURKRAUT=WORST CONDIMENTS ON EARTH. They shouldn't even exist!!!
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Evan Stamurgatroyd
January 03, 2020 5:12PM
Blue cheese, bleu cheese—however you spell it, it's an absolute crime against taste buds. The fact that it looks similar to ranch, the best condiment, is cruelty beyond reason. Putting them near each other is dang near a capital offense.
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Charak Bhamidipati
January 08, 2020 8:51PM
I think that the worst condiment is Mustard.
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super car gaming
January 09, 2020 4:43PM
mustard and relish
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Mary Corbin
January 08, 2020 8:32PM
Brown mustard
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Peter McLaren
January 08, 2020 5:02PM
chilli
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Nufi
January 06, 2020 9:11PM
mustard
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James Geiser
6 days ago
So many choice, so little time. But I love mayonaisse.
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shami naz
January 11, 2020 10:39AM
i don't like colddrinks in menue
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Jay Brown
January 08, 2020 2:30PM
mayo
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Jenna Cona
January 08, 2020 2:21PM
Mayonnaise is the absolute worst
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Lilly Prisk
28 minutes ago
marmite...
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Alyssa Ferster
January 13, 2020 3:29PM
horse radish
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its Anna sloan
January 13, 2020 4:09PM
Bleu cheese or is it Blue cheese, whatever its still gross👎👎👎🙅🙅
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Todd Ross
January 03, 2020 6:41PM
Mayo! I hate it, its like someone placed dollaps of gooey pus and fat onto the food. Also, Aoili is just flavored nasty mayo. get that off my burger, I don't want that nasty sauce oozing out and getting in my beard. Stick to good sauces like BBQ, ketchup, sriracha... And people that dip their fries in mayo or actually use it / miracle whip as salad dressing are just monsters, pure and simple.
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Bryan Oliver
6 days ago
hot sauce
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Jenneca Kizer
6 days ago
Hot sauce
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brian hebert
January 13, 2020 3:50AM
The absolute worst condiment would have to be either mayonnaise or mustard. BLEGH both of them are atrocious.
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Grace Porting
6 days ago
Chick-fil-A sauce
brown musterd
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Gavin Davis
3 days ago
horse radish
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Leah Arnold
4 days ago
horeseradish sauce
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Joshua Dyar
3 days ago
I think that ketchup is bad for you cuz it look like blood!
musterd
Ones that are out of date
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Gillian Majo
4 days ago
MAYO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Cade Wilson
3 days ago
MAYONAISE!!!!!!!or Relish
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Adan Barcenas
3 days ago
MUSTERD BHLA BHLA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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number 1 Tblue
3 days ago
I have one word. Mayonnaise
MAYONAISE
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Landon Morris
3 days ago
I don't actually have an answer for that question. Why? Because, I love every single condiment that has ever been made. Mmmmmmmmm!
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Sam Evans
4 days ago
MINT SAUCE!!!! by far the worst condiment on this earth, anyone who eats it is a certified nonce PERIOD.
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Summer Olney
3 days ago
Relish or horseradish sauce
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Avery Muldovan
4 days ago
mayo
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SUKHDEEP KAUR
3 days ago
121?
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Walidaad Malhi
4 days ago
In my opinion, it's MAYO!! I HATE MAYO. i HATE EVERYTHING MAYO-RELATED
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Peadar Nolan
5 days ago
relish.
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Flower Foxy
18 hours ago
Relish. the sourness and juicyness and the smell and everything makes me want to throw up. Yuck!
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punlimeted
1 day ago
Honestly I have to say black mustard. Yuck. It is literally the worst condiment ever, and beleive me, vegemite is up there too. Black mustard is sooooo bitter and it just tastes like plain barf. Gross!
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LAYLA ROBINSON
5 days ago
Absolutley Blue Cheese!
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ryan russo
5 days ago
Horseradish smells and taste nasty. It's my dad's favorite condiment and I'am disgusted by it.
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Ken Kaneki
5 days ago
between mayo, honey mustard, or ranch. i have noooooooooooooooooo clue cause three of these are the worst to me
wasabi
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Virgo Rising
5 days ago
Where I'm from, hummus is the worst!! It's lumpy and chunky!!! But I'd say that barbecue sauce is there worst!
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Qwerty
5 days ago
rubber cement
go sit on a cow's but thank YOU
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Sam Bishop
1 day ago
Horseraddish thats it no further disscusion
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Kaelin Eckels
4 days ago
relish
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Mary Culbertson
January 08, 2020 4:34PM
Mayo
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Katie Puryear
January 03, 2020 5:17PM
Ketchup is gross. To be fair, me and ketchup have a bit of a troubled history—when I was like five, I drank it out of one of those little paper cups at McDonald’s on a dare, and I've never been the same.
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Nicole Taber
January 08, 2020 5:25PM
I like food. But honestly I have to say that Mayonnaise is probally the worst. Did you know that there is raw egg in it? YUCK!!!
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Mason Chapdelaine-Little
January 09, 2020 2:18PM
mayonaise
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Natasha Moore
January 08, 2020 7:04PM
Mayonnaise Is The Worst Condiment. Mayonnaise is so bad, it doesn’t deserve to be called a condiment.
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Clara H
January 08, 2020 7:26PM
Definitely mayonaisse. It has the growsest tecture, color, and taste. Not a fan!!! But, it is also one of the most used. On sandwiches, burgers and a ton of other weird combos..
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NATHAN AU
January 08, 2020 10:26PM
relish 100 percent
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Araya Redd
January 09, 2020 1:53PM
mayo
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Autumn Marron
January 10, 2020 2:13AM
Mustard it's the worst I could ever have on hotdogs.
The absolute worst condiment ever hast to be for shure mustard. It is just so revolting ive tried to like it and just cant get over the fact that it burns and makes me vomit rapidly every where.
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EMILY YOUNG
January 13, 2020 7:55PM
Musterd Is the worst Codiment because its a strong viniger taste. It also has no distict flavor beside white viniger.
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Dylan Morris
January 13, 2020 1:05PM
mustard or mayo
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Paige Konopelski
January 11, 2020 8:55PM
horseraddish and ketchup and blue cheese
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Bearz
January 10, 2020 6:57PM
Mustard
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Rylan Terah
January 11, 2020 4:57PM
down right tomato jucie it's like moldy strawberrys that are squished.
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Pel Softlabs
January 07, 2020 8:23AM
A kitchen clean out is always necessary at least a few times in a year and it always starts with throwing out sauces and condiments that you will never use. While it can be easy to stock up on condiments over a few months, it’s important to know which ones are worth keeping around based on their nutritional benefits, and which ones to pitch because they do more harm than good. By doing this, you are able to figure out how to use more of the nutrient-rich condiments more often in your cooking and how to slowly faze out the not so great sauces you once loved.
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Tricia Li
January 08, 2020 2:12AM
Vinegar, it tastes sooooo salty, I don't thing anyone can resist that taste on their taste buds. Parents like it, but I won't eat it , even if you gave 1000 bucks. It just tastes soo bad, I hate it. If you like it I don't blame you, but I would think your weird.
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Joliene Miller
January 10, 2020 5:45PM
Mayonaise and blue cheese
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Eric Cardoso
January 10, 2020 4:22PM
Miracle Whip , because it's a complete different taste from Real Mayonnaise
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mattsadmin
January 03, 2020 5:36PM
Ketchup contains tons of sugar and is gross
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coolgirlove
6 days ago
For me i have to say a whole lot i made a whol thing on this so sorry if you don't want to read and for those smart allics i know it says condiment but i always have to over do okay thats just me soryy if you dont like than so here it is: Top 7 Worst Condiments that Belong in the Trash and Their Side Effects Unfortunately, many store-bought condiments are loaded with sodium, sugar and refined oils. Here is a list of some of the worst ingredients in condiments you want to avoid: High fructose corn syrup Added sugar (which hides under dozens of different names) in the form of cane sugar, fructose, barley malt, corn syrup, rice and other syrups, dextrose, diastatic malt, ethyl maltol, glucose solids, and many others Refined vegetable oils, like safflower, sunflower, corn oil, etc. Shortening Artificial sweeteners Sodium benzoate and potassium benzoate Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) Sodium nitrate or sodium nitrite Depending on your diet, flours like white wheat flour, corn flour, etc. Examples of condiments that you want to leave on the supermarket shelf or send to the trash include: 1. Most Soy Sauces It might surprise you to see soy sauce on a list of supposedly healthy foods you should never eat. It’s true that soy sauce isn’t high in calories or sugar. However, it’s loaded with sodium and of course soy too! Soy is one of the world’s most commonly genetically modified foods, especially soy grown in the U.S. Although many people use small amounts of soy sauce, when consumed in large quantities it can interfere with digestion and supply enough soy to mess with hormones. Tamari and liquid aminos or coconut aminos make great substitutes. You can also look for organic, low-sodium soy sauce. Use that instead of soy sauce for adding Asian, soy-like flavors to meals without any of the soy dangers or hidden gluten. 2. Store-Bought Ketchup Ketchup is relatively low in calories, with just about 20 per tablespoon. The real problem is that it’s usually loaded with sugar and artificial ingredients. A better option is organic ketchup that’s low in sugar, only using one tablespoon at a time. Better yet, make your own Homemade Ketchup from scratch! Ketchup is simple to make using fresh tomatoes and basic spices. Plus, it adds a small amount of the antioxidant lycopene to your meals from the tomatoes. 3. Agave Nectar Produced in Mexico, agave nectar is a sweet syrup made from the agave tequiliana plant. This might make it sound like it’s a natural, healthier option over cane sugar, but a lot of the marketing hype of agave is now being second-guessed. Originally directly marketed as a good choice for diabetics because it’s supposedly lower on the glycemic index, we know now that agave is no healthier than other processed sweeteners and isn’t any lower in sugar. Agave is manufactured using a highly processed procedure that basically strips the naturally occurring agave juices and along with it nearly all nutritional value. It also contains more fructose than high-fructose corn syrup. That makes it extremely dangerous, especially for those with blood sugar problems! HFCS, and too much added sugar in general, is considered a pain-triggering food because it can increase inflammation. Consuming excess sugar provides you with lots of empty calories, provides no nutritional value, can spike blood sugar sugar, and puts you at increased risk of health problems like obesity and diabetes. 4. Store-Bought BBQ Sauce Barbecue sauce might taste great on chicken, ribs and salads, but it also sets you back about six grams of sugar for a very small one- to two-tablespoon serving. Homemade Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce is made using several healthy ingredients like onions, garlic, Worcestershire, mustard and molasses. However, when cane sugar, honey and ketchup are also in the mix in store-bought kinds, the sugar adds up quickly. To get all the same flavor without all that sugar, consider making your own with just a small amount of raw honey, or compare brands when shopping and look for a low-sugar option. Using just one to two tablespoons at once isn’t a deal breaker, but more than that can add lots of unnecessary sodium and sugar to an otherwise healthy meal. 5. Sweet Relish Take a look at most store-bought sweet relishes and you might be surprised to see artificial coloring, several preservatives and lots of sugar on the ingredients label. What should be a straightforward condiment made with nutritious cucumber, onion, vinegar and a little sweetener usually turns out to have more than 10 processed ingredients. Make your own instead, or buy an organic brand that’s low in sugar. 6. Mayonnaise This one might seem obvious, but mayonnaise actually needs some explaining. It’s not even the fat content of mayonnaise that’s so much the issue (that comes from egg yolks and oil). Rather, it’s the type of oil used in the vast majority of store-bought mayos. Most mayonnaise sold in grocery stores uses refined and processed vegetable oils bye!
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Long range Shot
January 12, 2020 10:07PM
Ketchup. I just hate ketchup
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Joshua W
January 10, 2020 3:18PM
Ranch dressing/sauce! Nothing tastes worse than that bitter yuck. Thank goodness Blue Cheese usually has nice cheesy chunks in it to distinguish the difference. It's a sin to mix Ranch with any meal....just throw it out.
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Harry Dean
17 seconds ago
Marmite is clearly the worst