Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Squeezable sandwich lube
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Forget mayo, mustard and the like, this stuff is not just non-dairy it's non-food. Just squeeze some of this lovely stuff on your bone dry sandwich and chow down. Hey if they can sell green and purple catsup why not "LUBEWICH"
gootyam, Feb 19 2002

Spravy http://www.halfbake...e_20Aerosol_20Gravy
[hippo, Feb 19 2002]

Baked. http://www.pmllubricants.co.uk/pml709.htm
Other brands available - google search for "food grade lubricant" [quarterbaker, Feb 19 2002]


       I'd rather just have a squirt of Spravy on my sandwich.
hippo, Feb 19 2002

       Yes, you've got a name and a description of the use, but no idea as to *what* the product is. There's no there there.
bristolz, Feb 19 2002

       I think most cheap margarines would fit this description. Mmm, hydrogenated fat!
pottedstu, Feb 19 2002

       Partially hydrogenated vegetable oil of course
gootyam, Feb 19 2002

       liquid spam?
RayfordSteele, Feb 19 2002

       Baked. See link.
quarterbaker, Feb 19 2002

       Scene: gootyam's birthday party (the British version)   

       "Anybody want jelly and ice-cream?"
"Is it strawberry jelly?"
"No. KY."


       Scene: gootyam's birthday party (the American version)   

       "Anybody want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?"
"Is it strawberry jelly?"
"No. KY."


       Amazing how some things cross international boundaries (of taste, that is).
Guy Fox, Feb 19 2002


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