What condiments do not need to be refrigerated after opening?

Chef's answer
Refrigeration not needed Common condiments that don't require refrigeration include soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, honey and hot sauce. Feingold says vinegars and olive oil (stored in a cool, dark place) are pantry-bound
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