#1
Yes I just did it, and it tastes incredible.


What are some odd/disgusting food combinations that you pit monkeys love?
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Ice Cream and Wasabi
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Semen with anything.
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Peanut butter and ladies.
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Semen with anything.


You can use it to add a little bit of a salted flavor to a bearnaise.
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Milk chocolate and dark chocolate, because I'm a dangerous sort of guy


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Ketchup and pancakes or waffles.
I once went to a milkshake shop and ordered a shake with mango gelato blended with pistachio ice cream and bits of jelly beans.
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You can use it to add a little bit of a salted flavor to a bearnaise.



OT: the only thing close that I've had is peanutbutter and bologna
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OT: the only thing close that I've had is peanutbutter and bologna


What? It is salty tasting.


The texture of it couldn't be used on anything else. In a sauce, you'd never notice.
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My cousin and I microwaved tortillas with barbeque sauce, pepperjack cheese, and summer sausage to try and make a sort of pizza, but it was terrible.

I can't think of anything strange that I like, and if there is something then i'm so used to it that I don't think of it as strange and therefore cannot remember what it is.
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What? It is salty tasting.


The texture of it couldn't be used on anything else. In a sauce, you'd never notice.

I was hoping you were the one that posted that in the other thread. Was disappointed when I saw it wasn't you, but posted it anyway.

but why not just use salt for salty tasting?
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Hash browns and syrup
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Hash browns and syrup

that sounds delicious and obvious, not weird and disgusting.
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I just finished a Banana concrete add snickers.

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Pickles and chocolate sounds repulsing, however.
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I was hoping you were the one that posted that in the other thread. Was disappointed when I saw it wasn't you, but posted it anyway.

but why not just use salt for salty tasting?

It is natural salt, and what if you run out of salt?
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Not really that odd or disgusting, but cheese and strawberry jam ("jelly" if you're american?). Amazing in a sandwich or on toast or something.
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that sounds delicious and obvious, not weird and disgusting.

well most people tend to use ketchup or red hot on hash browns so when I decide to grab the syrup and proceed to pour it on them people are usually like "what?" but yeah it is delicious
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Not really that odd or disgusting, but cheese and strawberry jam ("jelly" if you're american?). Amazing in a sandwich or on toast or something.

A mate of mine went to Scotland to see some grandparents-in-law and when he came back he brought some that they'd made for him for the ride home: Cheddar and Blueberry jam.

And might I say, it was the most repulsive, revolting food I have EVER had the displeasure of trying.

It typifies the phrase "Each to their own"....


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For those of you that dont know what a concrete is, its icecream.

No, concrete is what goes onto roads and into buildings, primarily for structural strength and the like.
Ice-cream is something that you eat: a frozen dessert made usually from milk and cream.

How the hell did you get those two mixed up
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well most people tend to use ketchup or red hot on hash browns so when I decide to grab the syrup and proceed to pour it on them people are usually like "what?" but yeah it is delicious

>eat it for breakfast
>put syrup on it

except cereal


Also, my sister thought honey on corn dogs was weird
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A mate of mine went to Scotland to see some grandparents-in-law and when he came back he brought some that they'd made for him for the ride home: Cheddar and Blueberry jam.

And might I say, it was the most repulsive, revolting food I have EVER had the displeasure of trying.

It typifies the phrase "Each to their own"....

Oh, I meant separately, like a slice of cheddar with some strawberry jam spread over it

I didn't even know it was possible to make jam with cheese in, doesn't sound great though.
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Pickles and chocolate sounds repulsing, however.

Your face is repulsing!


Also, I've done cheese and jam before. It's awesome, depends what type of jam though (At least to me).
#24
I find chocolate tastes good on anything I've had it with. Chocolate and cheese, chocolate and Marmite, chocolate and chips, chocolate and sausage, egg and bacon in a sub, Chocolate and chicken. People think I'm weird, but, they're missing out. Also, I love Marmite and Peanut butter; perfect combination.
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