Finally! A Statement We Can ALL Agree On [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago Funny

A universal fact that everyone who has ever used ketchup (or catsup) can get behind.
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Male 2,737
@Angilian-Never had English brown sauce, but I`m guessing it`s very similar to American steak sauce from the ingredients you listed.
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Male 12,365
[quote]So is `brown sauce` gravy?[/quote]

No...although now you mention it that would make sense. For no reason that I`m aware of, gravy isn`t considered to be a sauce.

Brown sauce is a slightly spicy, slightly fruity sauce. I`ve no idea what`s in it, so I`ll look it up...

...well what do you know, it`s mostly tomatoes too. Doesn`t taste like tomatoes. From the manufacturer`s website for HP brown sauce (the de facto standard brown sauce):

[quote]Tomatoes, Malt Vinegar (from Barley), Molasses, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Dates, Modified Cornflour, Rye Flour, Salt, Spices, Flavourings, Tamarind[/quote]
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Male 89
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Male 14,330
So is `brown sauce` gravy? I do like Malt viniger on my fries too thats good! Whipped pickled chicken fetus though on fries can`t do it just make me fell like my heart is going to stop!
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Male 12,365
And yes, I`m over 10 and I sometimes eat tomato sauce. Usually when I have chips. Salt, vinegar, tomato sauce. Not healthy, but tasty.
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Male 12,365
[quote]If you call ketchup tomato sauce what do you call sauce you put on pasta???[/quote]

Tomato sauce. They are both sauces made mostly from tomatoes - they`re both tomato sauce.

Although here in England it`s also common to just call it `red sauce` to differentiate it from `brown sauce`, the other traditionally common condiment. There`s a fairly famous satirical description of England as having dozens of religions but only two sauces. Probably said by a French person, since it`s poking fun at English cooking.

Ah, got it. "England has forty-two religions and only two sauces." Voltaire.
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Male 2,619
I call it tomato sauce too. Or to save time...red sauce.
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Male 390
If you shake it up and down vigorously before you squirt it out you wont have that problem.
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Male 1,016
Hey lostinkorea Ketchup is only the biggest selling condiment in North America and trust me when I say adults would NOT spend billions of dollars on one particular food for ingrates under 10!!!!!!

Ketchup ...along with coffee ...is one of the elixirs of life !!! Have you ever had BBQ ribs? Pulled pork with BBQ sauce? Glazed Chicken ?
Most have those sauces have a base of Ketchup.
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Female 89
Lold
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Male 14,330
If you call ketchup tomato sauce what do you call sauce you put on pasta???
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Male 14,330
[quote]Does anyone over 10 really use ketchup?[/quote]

Ummm Hell yes!!! Let me guess you dip fries in whipped pickled chicken fetus sauce and think it make you sophisticated.
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Male 214
HAHA - Aussies call it Tomato Sauce. My Aussie bud came to Canada - I took him to a burger joint, he asked the Hairy Italian cook for Tomato Sauce on his burger, the cook looked at him and said "Tomato Sauce?? What do you want me to do - squeeze the F**king Tomatoes??"
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Male 5,413
I`ve.... never seen that before.
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Male 1,197
tomato sauce
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Male 133
ketchup is only for fries (not always) and hamburger, i use it 10 time in a year
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Male 26
@lostinkorea

yes, many people do. drating snob
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Male 4,793
" Does anyone over 10 really use ketchup? "

Uhh, yes. durr.
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Male 3,081
"This is why I always shake up the bottle first. Also, best to shake it with the bottle opening down."

So do I, but after an unfortunate incident when I was a kid that left our kitchen wall looking like some scenery out of a horror film and me with a smack round the head, I always check first to make sure the cap is screwed on tight now.
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Male 2,513
I`m with Sarah. You get ketchup juice as a kid and you learn to shake before you pour.

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Female 3,696
@lostinkorea

Is there a more adult condiment I should be dipping my fries in? Grey Poupon perhaps?
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Female 3,727
Does anyone over 10 really use ketchup?
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Female 3,562
This is why I always shake up the bottle first. Also, best to shake it with the bottle opening down.
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Female 1,478
nicodemus: Nice ;)
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Female 1,478
Eeeewww.
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Male 768
@TheGuySmiley - Good tip sir

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Male 81
It`s an indication of something much more to... errr... come :-)
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Male 1,243
tip: sake well before using.
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Male 47
Shake `em up you lazy bastards. LoL.
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Female 4,349
I have that problem with mustard as well...
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Male 19,854
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