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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    hey moo - what is the sample source for this survey? Humm??
    Which ?......http://search.which.co.uk/search#w=food&asug=food
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    They're polling BRITS. Anyone with half a brain knows that Brits have no taste buds at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    They're polling BRITS. Anyone with half a brain knows that Brits have no taste buds at all.
    If you were saying Irish, I'd agree. But the Brits do have some culinary tastes. Not very good ones, but I wouldn't go as far as to say no taste buds. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    If you were saying Irish, I'd agree. But the Brits do have some culinary tastes. Not very good ones, but I wouldn't go as far as to say no taste buds. :p
    given what they eat - their taste buds generally commit suicide by the time they reach the age of 8. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    given what they eat - their taste buds generally commit suicide by the time they reach the age of 8. ;)
    Rant and rave all you will !Demeaning the English taste buds will avail you little .Malt vinegar on fries is very good.In fact Malt vinegar is a major ingrediant in Heinz catsup .
    But the fact remains :

    LEAGUE OF THE BEST

    1. Sainsbury's
    2. Marks & Spencer
    3. Tesco
    4. Co-op
    5. Branston
    6. Kania, Lidl
    7. Morrisons
    8. Waitrose
    9. Asda
    10. Hellmann's
    11. Bramwells, Aldi
    12. Heinz
    13. Daddies
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Rant and rave all you will !Demeaning the English taste buds will avail you little .Malt vinegar on fries is very good.In fact Malt vinegar is a major ingrediant in Heinz catsup .
    But the fact remains :

    LEAGUE OF THE BEST

    1. Sainsbury's
    2. Marks & Spencer
    3. Tesco
    4. Co-op
    5. Branston
    6. Kania, Lidl
    7. Morrisons
    8. Waitrose
    9. Asda
    10. Hellmann's
    11. Bramwells, Aldi
    12. Heinz
    13. Daddies
    Sainsbury's markets an absolutely fantastic cranberry balsamic vinegar. Stuff will peel paint off of industrial machinery, it's so potent. I must remind my brother to bring some more back for me when he goes over this summer.


    Oh, and catchup sucks. Vinegar on fries rocks. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    given what they eat - their taste buds generally commit suicide by the time they reach the age of 8. ;)
    Their teeth definitely "get out of Dodge".
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Rant and rave all you will !Demeaning the English taste buds will avail you little .Malt vinegar on fries is very good.In fact Malt vinegar is a major ingrediant in Heinz catsup .
    But the fact remains :

    LEAGUE OF THE BEST

    1. Sainsbury's
    2. Marks & Spencer
    3. Tesco
    4. Co-op
    5. Branston
    6. Kania, Lidl
    7. Morrisons
    8. Waitrose
    9. Asda
    10. Hellmann's
    11. Bramwells, Aldi
    12. Heinz
    13. Daddies

    wow a british poll chose british ketchups over the Yank one. HOW SHOCKING. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Wood View Post
    Sainsbury's markets an absolutely fantastic cranberry balsamic vinegar. Stuff will peel paint off of industrial machinery, it's so potent. I must remind my brother to bring some more back for me when he goes over this summer.


    Oh, and catchup sucks. Vinegar on fries rocks. :D

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    see. he just proved my point. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Rant and rave all you will !Demeaning the English taste buds will avail you little .Malt vinegar on fries is very good.In fact Malt vinegar is a major ingrediant in Heinz catsup .
    For the first ten years of my life, vinegar was the only condiment I knew for french fries. French fries were bought at Thrasher's on the boardwalk in Ocean City MD, and they don't serve ketchup.

    Thrasher's French Fries, since 1929.
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