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    Default Another Important Question

    Spreads (vegemite, jam, peanut butter, etc.), and condiments (tomato sauce, mayo, etc.) in the:


    A) Pantry

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    I am very particular about this...

    Vegemite: pantry
    Peanut butter: pantry
    Jam: fridge
    Mayo: fridge
    Tomato sauce: pantry

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    In our house it's not all in one or the other, some are fridge things others are pantry.

    Fridge: Vegemite, jam, mayo, salad dressing etc

    Pantry: Peanut butter, tomato sauce, BBQ, Soy etc

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    Our condiments are either in the fridge or pantry. So

    Fridge: Mayo, jam, salad dressing

    Pantry: tomato/BBQ sauce, vegemite, peanut butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    I am very particular about this...

    Vegemite: pantry
    Peanut butter: pantry
    Jam: fridge
    Mayo: fridge
    Tomato sauce: pantry
    Same.

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    All in the fridge.

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    I read somewhere that there are lots of cases of food poisoning from tomato sauce not being kept in fridge so always do now. Peanut butter has to be pantry or you can't spread it. Same with Nutella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Hope View Post
    Our condiments are either in the fridge or pantry. So

    Fridge: Mayo, jam, salad dressing

    Pantry: tomato/BBQ sauce, vegemite, peanut butter
    yep same

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    Vegemite-cupboard
    Peanut butter-cupboard
    Soy sauce-cupboard
    Jam-fridge
    Tomato and BBQ sauce-fridge
    Mayo-fridge
    Butter-bench
    Margarine-fridge
    Salad dressing-fridge

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    All in the fridge apart from Vegemite ( marmite actually) can't believe so many people keep ketchup in the pantry! It says on the bottle "refrigerate once opened"

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