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Catsup Vs. Ketchup - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-05
Catsup Vs. Ketchup  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
In some places, the fresh red tomato condiment is called tomato sauce, while in other places it is called tomato sauce.
What's the difference between ketchup and ketchup?
Let's learn more in this Tastessence article.
Ketchup, which exists in 97% of the kitchen in the United States, is a delicious condiment and is swallowed up by wolves such as hamburgers, fries, sandwiches, pasta, hot dogs, scrambled eggs, meat cakes, etc. almost every day.
There are many other snacks.
While tomato sauce was delighted by everyone, sales of tomato sauce soared throughout the summer.
Today, ketchup, along with salt, pepper and other condiments, is considered a necessity in the kitchen cabinet.
One thing that bothers many people, however.
We often hear different terms like ketchup and ketchup.
Read on to learn more.
If you are confused about the difference between tomato sauce and tomato sauce, then you will be surprised to know that the terms "tomato sauce" and "tomato sauce" simply refer to different terms for the same tomato condiment.
Also, the terms "catch-up" and "cetchup" refer to the same thing.
To make matters worse, the name game is not over here.
There are many other domain names Cackchop, Cornchop, Kitsip, Catsoup, Katshoup to Kotpock, Kutpuck, Kutchpuck, etc.
Used for tomato sauce.
Where did all these names come from?
Well, in 1876J.
Heinz Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (though not the inventor of ketchup, nor the first company to commercialize ketchup) has become very popular for its commercial bottled ketchup.
They steadily gained market share and made a lot of profits.
Observing their great success, many manufacturers began to produce ketchup commercially and brand them under a wide variety of names.
Soon, the same tomato sauce was mentioned by various names.
Now we know why there is so much confusion!
According to Malay theory, the word "tomato sauce" is derived from the Malay word "kicap" or "kecap", meaning fish sauce.
As early as the 17 th century, tomato sauce consisted of spicy pickled fish sauce made of walnuts, kidney beans, mushrooms and anchovies.
Surprisingly, there was no tomato in the tomato sauce at the time, and it was not as consistent as our ketchup today.
Tomato sauce is similar to soy sauce or Worcester County sauce, including fish salt water, herbs and spices.
When the English sailor brought his sauce home, the change and transformation took place.
The name was changed to catsup, and by the age of 1700, New England's savvy people added tomatoes to the fish sauce mixture.
Slowly and steadily, tomato sauce began a series of moles, becoming the ketchup we know today.
The word "catsup" entered English in 1690, while the spelling "ketchup" entered English in 1711.
Hopefully this will eliminate your confusion about ketchup.
You can say these are just synonyms!
Regardless of how people spell it, ketchup is one of the most popular and favorite condiments in the United States.
This is something we enjoyed from an early age, and may our descendants also like this delicious seasoning.
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