Originally Posted by jkath
Question - why is there ketchup in the fridge? Check the bottle - most big brand types need no refrigeration.
I don'y have any relatives, family, friends who do not keep catsup in the fridge. Just the way I was brought up I guess..... but I know I read about room temp catsup being OK here. That's why I figured my tomato based stuff would be OK, because of the acidity.
Plus I love cold catsup. It doesn't taste as "tomatoey" as room temp catsup. A hot french fry, a dip into cold castup, mmmm, the best of both worlds
Obviously your taste may vary