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Woodslasher

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Except for bacon, ketchup makes almost anything better. Since its original use was to mask the taste of spoiled meat/foodstuffs it does a good job of hiding unpleasant flavors in certain foods. I've put it on bread, fries, eggs, pasta, chicken, beef, vegetables, chips, and it made 'em all taste better. It even made hospital foods taste good! Also, @TNTreeHugger is wrong (and right?) according to the all-knowing Wikipedia.
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Except for bacon, ketchup makes almost anything better. Since its original use was to mask the taste of spoiled meat/foodstuffs it does a good job of hiding unpleasant flavors in certain foods. I've put it on bread, fries, eggs, pasta, chicken, beef, vegetables, chips, and it made 'em all taste better. It even made hospital foods taste good! Also, @TNTreeHugger is wrong (and right?) according to the all-knowing Wikipedia.
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Well, if BBQ "sauce" is a sauce, I suppose ketchup could also be called a sauce.... though I wouldn't call it that.
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