There is another internet debate...
Should ketchup be stored in the fridge or the cupboard?
A British website shocked the internet when they posted a report stating that experts are saying that one of our favorite condiments should be kept in the cupboard. They also asked the experts where other common household condiments should be stored.
If you're putting your ketchup in the fridge then you're doing it wrong. Where do your sauces go?https://t.co/mH4M7QcZ2n pic.twitter.com/zeCY7qe5sf— Which? (@WhichUK) March 3, 2020
According to the article, “there’s no need to keep ketchup in the fridge. Not only does it contain vinegar, but tomatoes are naturally acidic, and this helps to preserve the product in room temperature conditions.” One of the doctors say that people put the condiment in the fridge because the “prefer a chilled taste.”
The article sparked a debate on Twitter, of course...
Some people have never thought of NOT putting ketchup in the fridge after it’s opened.
Am I the only one who likes cold ketchup? I keep my ketchup in the fridge but yesterday one of my coworkers said “who eats cold ketchup” and I began to rethink my entire life! 😂— 𝙱𝚒𝚊𝚗𝚌𝚊 (@biancandreaa_) March 10, 2020
If you don’t put it in the fridge it will go bad. If you have ever had bad ketchup you will always remember to put it in the fridge.— Teresa Atchley (@AtchleyTeresa) March 11, 2020
Others have never imagined putting ketchup anywhere other than the cupboard.
Does anyone eat cold ketchup at a restaurant? NO, keep it in the pantry!— Brian Hughes (@ECPIR8) March 10, 2020
People who put ketchup and syrup in the fridge 🥴🥴 whyyy.?— MylasMama1029 (@MMama1029) March 11, 2020
What are your thoughts on the ketchup controversy?