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To eat Branston Pickle out of the jar?

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StrawberryShortcake32 Fri 24-Feb-17 13:03:24

Please tell me I'm not the only one?!

The odd spoonful or two here and there, suddenly I've done a whole jar in a week.

Am I weird? Does anyone else do this? blush

SparkleTwinkleGoldGlitter Fri 24-Feb-17 13:04:10

Are you pregnant?

No I've never ate branston from the jar, it needs cheese!

5foot5 Fri 24-Feb-17 13:05:08

I used to know someone who got addicted to Branston Pickle and it soon became a several jars a week habit.

He developed terrible digestive problems and had to quit.

I do like it but just the odd smidge on a corned beef or cheese sandwich.

Pinkheart5915 Fri 24-Feb-17 13:10:20

No it needs cheese surely? Branston of a spoon I don't think I could

Having said that when pregnant with DS I used to dip apples in to mustard and eat mustard off a spoon.

Joolsy Fri 24-Feb-17 13:17:55

If you're the only one eating it it's ok (I wouldn't do it as I prefer it with cheese in a sandwich) but I wouldn't want to eat something someone else has been eating out of, it's really not good hygiene

ZaZathecat Fri 24-Feb-17 13:21:13


FifiLeBoo Fri 24-Feb-17 13:26:17

YANBU but be aware it will probably make you sick at some point!

(Not speaking from experience at all confused)

SaucyJack Fri 24-Feb-17 13:32:06

Only if you're using a slice of cheese as a scoop.

magicstar1 Fri 24-Feb-17 13:33:34

No...I'm probably worse though. I just like the sauce bit and not the pickle, so I jiggle the knife around and use the sauce on my toasted sandwich a few times. The jar ends up full of crumbs and pickle lol. My mother says I'm going to be poisoned but it's never done me any harm .

amusedbush Fri 24-Feb-17 13:37:34

YABU to eat it at all!

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