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Tzatziki sauce is a Greek yogurt-based sauce made with cucumbers, garlic, and herbs. It is commonly used as a dip or a condiment.
The origins of tzatziki sauce are disputed. Some say that it originated in ancient Greece, while others believe that it originated in the Ottoman Empire. Regardless of its origins, tzatziki sauce has been a part of Greek cuisine for centuries.
The first recorded recipe for tzatziki sauce appeared in the Greek cookbook, Apicius, in the 4th century AD. The recipe called for cucumbers, garlic, olive oil, vinegar, and salt.
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