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Ketchup originated in China.
The original Chinese ketchup recipe included fish brine, herbs and spices. Tomatoes were not used in the original sauce. More »
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Original ketchup is Chinese in origin and had no tomatoes. Learn about the history of ketchup and catsup.
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