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What condiments do you keep?

bblonde | Mar 4, 202001:31 PM     18

My fridge is overloaded with condiments! The worst are those random Asian spices that I rarely use and they just sit there. For example: hoisin sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, sriacha. I don't make Asian dishes that often so any pre-made sauce selections, or recipes to more consistently use up those things?

Types of condiments we currently have
The basics
mayo
yellow mustard
ketchup
sriacha ketchup
relish
dill pickle slices
bread & butter slices
usually a dijon mustard and sometimes one other mustard
Would like to have whole pickles or pickled okra
worcestershire
tabasco
steak sauce

salad dressings (4 or so)

red curry paste
barbecue sauce
ginger paste
minced garlic
grape jam
usually 2-3 other jams/preserves

aforementioned Asian spices and sesame oil

salsa(s)

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