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Well, do you? Do you put ketchup in the fridge? It's one of the biggest questions facing modern Britain, it divides us like Hadrian's Wall, or even Offa's Dyke.
Families, friends in shared accommodation, and students in university halls have all had the Great Ketchup Debate, and they've all struggled to agree, they've struggled to find common ground.
If the ketchup goes in the fridge, does the brown sauce go in the fridge?
If you DO put ketchup in the fridge, but DON'T put brown sauce in the fridge, then where is your logic? How do you expect to be able to justify that to rest of the world?
Let's settle this, once and for all.
Do you keep your Tomato Ketchup in the fridge?
I DON'T EVEN LIKE KETCHUP
The answer - YES: You SHOULD keep ketchup in the fridge, and consume within eight weeks of opening.
Do you keep your JAM in the fridge?
I PREFER MARMALADE
The answer - NO: There is absolutely NO need to keep your jam in the fridge.
3. Brown Sauce
Do you keep your HP Brown Sauce in the fridge?
The answer - NO: Do not waste your precious fridge space by putting HP sauce in there, it's high in vinegar which is a preservative.
Do you keep your mustard in the fridge?
ONLY IF IT'S COLMAN'S, I ONLY EAT COLMAN'S
The answer - YES: You absolutely SHOULD keep your mustard in the fridge?
Do you keep your potatoes in the fridge?
WHY WOULD I EVEN DO THAT?
The answer - NO: You should NOT put your potatoes in the fridge, store them in a cool dry cupboard.
Do you keep your bread in the fridge?
SURELY THAT'S NOT EVEN A THING?
The answer - NO: Loaves of bread do not like fridges, that's why bread bins were invented.
So now you know...
Ketchup goes in the fridge, but bread, potatoes, jam and brown sauce should not go in the fridge.