How to make ketchup (healthy and antioxidant-rich). This version is sweetened with coconut sugar and maple syrup and is gently spiced. So good! www.thenourishing...
Spicy Fermented Ketchup: 12oz organic tomato paste, 1/4 + 1/8c water plus 1/8c whey (or use 1/2c Milk Kefir Whey or Water Kefir Ferment) 2T ACV, 1/4t mustard powder, 1/4t cinnamon, 1/8t cloves, 1/8t allspice, 1/8t cayenne, 1/2t salt, 1/4-1/3c honey. Whisk all ingredients. Pour sauce into jar, room temp 2 days. Store in fridge.
All Natural Homemade Ketchup via Jen (Balancing Beauty and Bedlam/10 Minute Dinners blogs) Better Than Bought Homemade Ketchup (all natural)
Homemade Ketchup. Servings: 22 • Size: 1 tablespoon • Calories: 20.6 "... have you ever checked the label of your favorite brand of ketchup? High Fructose Corn Syrup is used to sweeten most brands of ketchup although I did find organic Heinz ketchup in my health food store that does not contain HFCS's, but it was half the size at a higher price."
Fermented Ketchup My husband and toddler loves this version! I increased the amount of honey in the recipe to ensure it was sweet enough. I even liked it and I don’t like ketchup. It is worth making vs. buying at the store – fermented means that it is has healthy probiotics so it is basically like eating yogurt with your fries or burger – really good for your digestion and belly!