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Is salt a condiment?
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>>18021524
>iodine
That's wacky enough to count as a condiment.
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>con·di·ment
>/ˈkändəmənt/
>noun: condiment; plural noun: condiments
>a substance such as salt or ketchup that is used to add flavor to food.
nope
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>>18021524
no, its SEAsoning, literally where we get the word.
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>>18022227
It's seasoning while you're cooking and a condiment if applied at the table.



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