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Old 19-07-2013, 10:39   #226
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Re: Mayo

how do these threads ever start? I mean why would any of the original posters ask if mayo lasts without refrigeration since obviously their grocer isn't selling them refrigerated mayo.



Current bulk mayo is shipped to restaurants in a cardboard box with a zip tie that is not always tight. They sit in the warehouse, sit in a hot transfer truck, sit in the hot storerooms in the restaurants, sit in the hot kitchen, sit on the hot table on the patio...AND YOU NEVER QUESTION IT. why is it an issue on your boat?

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how do these threads ever start? I mean why would any of the original posters ask if mayo lasts without refrigeration since obviously their grocer isn't selling them refrigerated mayo.



Current bulk mayo is shipped to restaurants in a cardboard box with a zip tie that is not always tight. They sit in the warehouse, sit in a hot transfer truck, sit in the hot storerooms in the restaurants, sit in the hot kitchen, sit on the hot table on the patio...AND YOU NEVER QUESTION IT. why is it an issue on your boat?

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Lots of people believe that once a jar of mayo has been opened, THEN you have to refrigerate it or you'll get food poisoning. Not before -- after it's been open.

Probably not a bad idea if you're not careful about cross-contamination, but most of the near 3 years I have lived on my boat I didn't have a fridge, so I was very careful about cross-contamination.

It's a deeply held belief. My mother, who was an excellent cook (and frugal woman) believed it.
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Not to be nit-picky -- but beer contains a sugar.

That was my point. Plus beer does a good job of storing grain, and hops, yeast, and even ................ water!

Throw in a tablespoon of mayo and you got it made.

That mayo is going to be even better with a burger, cheese, bun, lettuce, onion, tomato, and pickle.

Man that mayo stuff is amazing
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That was my point. Plus beer does a good job of storing grain, and hops, yeast, and even ................ water!

Throw in a tablespoon of mayo and you got it made.

That mayo is going to be even better with a burger, cheese, bun, lettuce, onion, tomato, and pickle.

Man that mayo stuff is amazing

Yeah clearly I like it but I don't think I want it IN my beer!

One of my favorite sandwiches -- summer sausage and thinly sliced cucumber on good bread with mayo ... I think a beer would improve that!
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"By the way... where is that button to block the frivolous posters with irrelevant and unsolicited information from posting unnecessary time consuming text within a simple inquiry? "


Cap'n Gemini: Here's what you're looking for. And note that over on Sailing Anarchy, they don't put up with that extraneous and superfluous ****! It's odd tho that one would read 16 pages, and then complain.


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Old 19-07-2013, 11:12   #231
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Rakuflames said:

The brain runs on two things -- oxygen -- and sugar

...which is yet more misinformation.

Brains run best on Ketones:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/...-brain-ketones

Oh, why do I even try?
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Old 19-07-2013, 11:20   #232
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Brains run best on Ketones:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/...-brain-ketones

Oh, why do I even try?
I'm not going to follow that link and just accept that you are right in that beer contans ketones.
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Hope this was helpful sir.
Actually, none of that is relevant. Even the assumption of reading 16 pages.
But then again neither is the "Beating a dead horse" reference.
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Actually, none of that is relevant. Even the assumption of reading 16 pages.
But then again neither is the "Beating a dead horse" reference.
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" I like mine with lettuce and tomata, heinz 57 and french fried potata, big kosher pickle and a cold draft beer, good God almighty where do we go from here?"
Sorry all this talk about mayo, got me to thinking about a cheeseburger in paradise, I think, I'll go have a snack, Yum!
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I live on bales of kale..bales of chard..Spanish onions..lots of roasted garlic..all good boat food. Mayo yum! It will grease up anything. It glues sandwiches...too bad I cannot have any.

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At least a quarter of all wait staff I've encountered are confused when I ask for a side of mayo.

Of course it is for my fries.
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At least a quarter of all wait staff I've encountered are confused when I ask for a side of mayo.

Of course it is for my fries.

At least you didn't ask for ... gravy!!!! Never forget the first time that was OFFERED to me, in the French-Canadian countryside. I didn't know then ...
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