KETCHUP , also written catsup and katchup (said to be from the
See also:Chinese koe-chiap or kee tsiap, brine of pickled
See also:fish), a
See also:sauce or relish prepared principally from the juice of mushrooms and of many other
See also:species of edible fungi, salted for preservation and variously spiced . The juices of various fruits, such as cucumbers,.tomatoes, and especially
See also:green walnuts, are used as a basis of ketchup, and
See also:shell-fish ketchup, from oysters, mussels and cockles, is also made; but in general the
See also:term is restricted to sauces having the juice of edible fungi as their basis .
JOHN KETCH (d. 1686)
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