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skgskgskg22's avatar

What's better? Sweet or Salty?

Asked by skgskgskg22 (260points) April 5th, 2008
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Randy's avatar

I like a good mixture of the two. They are both equally important.

sndfreQ's avatar

@Randy-just thinking the same-almost a yin-yang thing. Grilled peanut butter & jelly is fantastic!

Randy's avatar

@ sndfreQ- Yeah, a good combo is where it’s at. Grilled pb&j? Hmmm, that actually sounds really good. Sounds like it’s about 4000 calories, but that’s what makes those things good, right? I’ll defiantly be trying it very soon. :)

kapuerajam's avatar

Sweet!!!!!(my sweet tooth is thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisssssssss big)

peedub's avatar

I like my food overly salted and would much have oysters for dessert than something sweet. I will say that a PB&J with dill pickles is amazing

skgskgskg22's avatar

Well I just made lemon cookies and ate french fries and the mix between the two was delicious.

mcbealer's avatar

yum… I’d have to say both. In fact, this comes to mind, vegetable samosas with mango chutney

peedub's avatar

yum- onion rings dipped in frosty

Spargett's avatar

Have you ever tried to eat a soup that doesn’t have any salt in it?

You quickly realize why it was worth its weight in gold in alot of cultures. Not to mention the million other purposes salt serves (no pun).

ezraglenn's avatar

peanut butter and chocolate = the ultimate sweet/salty combination.

mcbealer's avatar

@ ezraglenn ~ YES how could I forget my all time fave Reeses PB cups

peedub's avatar

Payday bar

Rezis's avatar

Sour Power candy -=P

desiree333's avatar

I’d say salty.

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