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Chowder versions with milk and cream grew out of regions where dairy was in abundance.Tomato based chowders became popular in warmer regions.This custom was carried to Canada, and then later to New England in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.Chowder became a popular dish in New England, especially among the sailors.
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But by far, the most popular clam chowder version was the version with clams and butter in a creamy white soup, which is very similar to today’s version of “Clam Chowder.” Oldest chowder recipes were mostly water-based fish soups, sometimes flavored with wine, and featured some sort of vegetables such as onions, potatoes and carrots. Many of the recipes included some sort of bread product such as cracker or crouton to add bulk.
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