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    Hi guys,

    Not sure if any of you will have tried this, but as my bottle of sauce was getting close to the empty side, I turned it upside down so it would all be at the bottom for when I wanted some sauce. One of the weird side effects is that the sauce now tastes stronger, and has a thicker texture than when stored normally. It's an asda own brand one.

    Any ideas why this would be the case?

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    Default Re: Storing Brown Sauce upside down?

    Quote Originally Posted by superheavyrhun View Post
    Hi guys,

    Not sure if any of you will have tried this, but as my bottle of sauce was getting close to the empty side, I turned it upside down so it would all be at the bottom for when I wanted some sauce. One of the weird side effects is that the sauce now tastes stronger, and has a thicker texture than when stored normally. It's an asda own brand one.

    Any ideas why this would be the case?
    Your probably getting some of the spice that settles to the bottom and sides that might be missed without the assist of gravity. By the way, I read that gravity doesn't work the same on a subatomic level which kind of throws a wrench in the whole gravity explanations. It apparently pissed of some scientists as they thought all that had been figured out, go figure.

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    If it is not Daddies, HP or Branston and is indeed Asda's own brand, there are probably sub atomic weevils in shell suits befowling it. The trace amounts of their vile excretia is only released when plonking them on their heads. Your rarebit may have an extra tangyness but your brain is now irretrievably altered and you will find yourself craving white lightning served out of a sweaty trainer whilst dancing involuntarily to old Neil Diamond hits. Serves you right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeanz View Post
    If it is not Daddies, HP or Branston and is indeed Asda's own brand, there are probably sub atomic weevils in shell suits befowling it. The trace amounts of their vile excretia is only released when plonking them on their heads. Your rarebit may have an extra tangyness but your brain is now irretrievably altered and you will find yourself craving white lightning served out of a sweaty trainer whilst dancing involuntarily to old Neil Diamond hits. Serves you right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeanz View Post
    If it is not Daddies, HP or Branston and is indeed Asda's own brand, there are probably sub atomic weevils in shell suits befowling it. The trace amounts of their vile excretia is only released when plonking them on their heads. Your rarebit may have an extra tangyness but your brain is now irretrievably altered and you will find yourself craving white lightning served out of a sweaty trainer whilst dancing involuntarily to old Neil Diamond hits. Serves you right.
    Damn, you are brilliant
    The worst thing is that he is right. I'm not even sure who Neil Diamond is, but I'm already drinking white lightning from a trainer I found in the park.

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    My old roomate made HP sauce from scratch once and it was amazing. All sorts of shit in that stuff, you need fresh tamarind, dates, treacle, tomato paste, fresh indian spices, orange zest etc. I don't know Asda at all but I bet Greenbeanz' post was clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superheavyrhun View Post
    Hi guys,

    Not sure if any of you will have tried this, but as my bottle of sauce was getting close to the empty side, I turned it upside down so it would all be at the bottom for when I wanted some sauce. One of the weird side effects is that the sauce now tastes stronger, and has a thicker texture than when stored normally. It's an asda own brand one.

    Any ideas why this would be the case?
    Have you been living with Master, the both of you are writing a book on how to be a tight ass, what next
    blood out of a stone, how to squeeze every drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dia bando View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by superheavyrhun View Post
    Hi guys,

    Not sure if any of you will have tried this, but as my bottle of sauce was getting close to the empty side, I turned it upside down so it would all be at the bottom for when I wanted some sauce. One of the weird side effects is that the sauce now tastes stronger, and has a thicker texture than when stored normally. It's an asda own brand one.

    Any ideas why this would be the case?
    Have you been living with Master, the both of you are writing a book on how to be a tight ass, what next
    blood out of a stone, how to squeeze every drop.
    To get blood out of a stone you just whack it on someone's head really hard and there you have it....blood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by superheavyrhun View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dia bando View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by superheavyrhun View Post
    Hi guys,

    Not sure if any of you will have tried this, but as my bottle of sauce was getting close to the empty side, I turned it upside down so it would all be at the bottom for when I wanted some sauce. One of the weird side effects is that the sauce now tastes stronger, and has a thicker texture than when stored normally. It's an asda own brand one.

    Any ideas why this would be the case?
    Have you been living with Master, the both of you are writing a book on how to be a tight ass, what next
    blood out of a stone, how to squeeze every drop.
    To get blood out of a stone you just whack it on someone's head really hard and there you have it....blood!
    Yes you could be right.

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    Default Re: Storing Brown Sauce upside down?

    I only use red sauce.
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    Default Re: Storing Brown Sauce upside down?

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    I only use red sauce.
    Do you water it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dia bando View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    I only use red sauce.
    Do you water it down.
    Only with vinegar when I eat chips.
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    inevitably on a purely UK thread, vinegar and sauce will be mentioned, then chips, then right after that some clown will bring up tight-asses Just watch, next Guernsey butter and then pudding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    inevitably on a purely UK thread, vinegar and sauce will be mentioned, then chips, then right after that some clown will bring up tight-asses Just watch, next Guernsey butter and then pudding.
    Also the Beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    inevitably on a purely UK thread, vinegar and sauce will be mentioned, then chips, then right after that some clown will bring up tight-asses Just watch, next Guernsey butter and then pudding.
    I bet you're one of those heathen foreigners who think that pudding is purely a sweet dessert type dish. I doubt you even know they joys of dripping on toast!

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