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Analysis The sauce debate, Cupboard or Fridge has been solved!

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Samcro24

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Oct 28, 2014
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Cupboard, bin, respectively.
You know what you are? You’re an anti-vegite.

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1970crow

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Slippery Pete

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Jul 19, 2010
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What kind of maniac keeps eggs in the fridge?

I’ll confess to that one.

Here’s another one: I know a few Boomers who keep butter in the cupboard. The stuff that’s too hard to spread if you put it in the fridge.

Any takers here?
 

xjamescleanx

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Jun 28, 2008
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Where do you keep your saucies Jim clean?
no dead horse over here mate! The kitchen shelf is full of pretty hectic s**t like nam pu/nam pla (fermented/sauced rice field crabs/fish) - or jiao you/soy sauce. in Australia I was a fridge guy... with the peanut butter, Vegemite never made it to the fridge tho!!!!!! let's goooooooooo
 

PeterSalt

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Aug 27, 2021
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Ok - I thought I'd add another twist to the sauce debate

As a child who grew with parents born on the farm (dad in particular) in Nth Qld before WW2 and grandparents before WW1 they were exposed to a different set of challenges when it came to food and condiments

The old Queenslander on stilts by the Burdekin River had a seperate kitchen from the main house. The legs of dining room table and all the food safes sat in old jam tins filled with water to prevent all the ants and other creepy crawlies attacking the food

When they did finally did get refrigeration, it was just easier to just keep 'stuff' in there away from the insects. And they passed their habits down.

Took my grandmother years to get out the habit of putting rice in the salt shakers after she moved south
 

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