Sandwich conundrum; What do YOU slather it with?

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  1. Covenant

    Covenant Mr. Roboto in Disguise

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    I'm years past burnt out on mustard, still a big mayo fan.

    When I make a sandwich I've got all these options for bread, cheese & meat. However when it comes to what to spread on the inside of the bread slices it seems I'm limited to several types of mayo (which I'm okay with) and one of any of the eleventy-thousand types of mustard out there.

    There's a couple of "Sandwich spreads" I've seen, but the trouble there is they have onions, and I don't do onion.

    Short of mayo'ing both sides of bread or just leaving the other slice dry, I'm at a loss.

    What do you use?
     
  2. Sage o' G-fruit

    Sage o' G-fruit Critics gonna critique

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    Only eat PB&Js myself. Not a huge sammich man. But my family likes to use Nutella on everything.
     
  3. Paladin

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    Nothing. Condiments disgust me.
     
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    For me, it just depends on the kind of sandwich I'm having. Usually mayo, cheese spread, or ranch.
     
  5. Dran0n

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    Usually no condiments.
     
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    Obviously you gotta choose your condiment to suit what you're putting in the sandwich. But mustard is really where it's at. Nice wholegrain mustard, not that glowing yellow pussy shit. Keep that for hotdogs.
     
  7. Belgrath

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    Margarine. And sometimes Dijon mustard.
     
  8. Eric

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    Yellow mustard.
     
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    I mix the mayo and mustard together, on the other side I usually will have the cheese section of my samich and will heat it up so it gets all melty.
     
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    sandwich i make home:
    two toasted white bread.
    chedder (sharp ot not)
    mayo
    lettuce
    bologna, turkey or ham
     
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    MidnightBliss Well-Known Member

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    Miracle Whip- love the stuff
     
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    Mustard is the universal king of condiments.
     
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    I spread both sides w/ mayo, and add a few drops of spicy mustard.
     
  14. Dogcatcher2009

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    Ranch dressing. Goes well on Subway sandwiches.
     
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    Honey mustard is a good one sometimes.
    Otherwise it is mayo, mustard, or miracle whip.
     
  16. Chopperface

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    I prefer ranch as the condiment.
     
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    I usually don't use condiments on my sammiches.
     
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    Same.
     
  19. Covenant

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    I luuuuuuuuurv PB & Js. But there I've ruined myself. In the quest for the best, I combined White Chocolate Peanut Butter with Apple Jelly. I know everyone's taste buds are different, but mine found nirvana. It's not impossible to switch back to something like, say, chunky pb and grape jelly, but damn it's hard.
     
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    condom mints lol
     

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