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For today’s Did You Know we will look at Worcestershire Sauce Fun Facts
Worcestershire Sauce Fun Facts: Sometimes shortened to Worcester sauce, is a fermented liquid condiment of complex mixture, of British origin from Worcester and popularized by Lea & Perrins, based on an older Greco-Roman sauce.
- Worcestershire sauce is made from dissolved fish
- Worcestershire sauce, the popular English sauce, is made from dissolved anchovies. The anchovies are soaked in vinegar until they have completely melted. The sauce contains the bones and all.
- The sauce was supposedly created from a recipe handed down by a member of the English nobility known only as Lord Marcus Sandys, who apparently learned the recipe while serving as the governor of Bengal.
- A high court on July 26th, 1876 decided that Lea & Perrins do not own the rights to the term “Worcestershire sauce”. As such, there have been many other sauces bearing that name since their creation.
Worcestershire Sauce Fun Facts We May Have Missed
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Reference: Wikipedia facts about Worcestershire Sauce.
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