Food Comparison

August 1997 Issue

Choose Condiments Carefully...and Go Easy

A hot dog with mustard and relish...French fries with ketchup...fish with tartar sauce...grilled sirloin with steak sauce. Some foods just seem to go together. Yes, condiments certainly complement a meal, especially for summertime grilling. Unfortunately, along with taste, some condiments pile on excessive calories, fat, sodium and even sugar. For example, two tablespoons of tartar sauce provide 80 to 90 calories, most of them from fat. Some horseradish sauces are no more than

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