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Homemade Ketchup

Homemade Ketchup - its always better to make it yourself. Don't let the big food companies control what's in your food

If you've never tried to make a few jars of jam, some apple butter or a batch of salsa, now's the time to get started. "The Art of Preserving," by Rick Field and Rebecca Courchesne, can get you started, and provides tasty, un-fussy recipes for established cooks as well. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Homemade Ketchup and Mustard Recipes - Real Food

Art of Preserving Cookbook by Rick Field, Lisa Atwood and Rebecca Courchesne

The Best Homemade Ketchup Recipe - Barefeet in the Kitchen & ZipList

Barefeet In The Kitchen: The Best Homemade Ketchup--fresh garden tomato and green chile!

homemade ketchup. did you know that store-bought ketchup is loaded with sodium and sugar? well, now you can make your own healthier version.

ketchup: 1 can of tomato puree ½ cup carrot puree (or carrots baby food) ¼ cup water 2 tbs apple-cider vinegar 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbs brown sugar ½ tsp dry mustard ¼ tsp salt ¼ tsp ground allspice ¼ tsp chili powder

homemade ketchup (so much better than the store bought stuff!)

Homemade Ketchup - my boyfriend LOVES ketchup one pinner said. Definitely trying this out; it has to be way better than processed ketchup with who knows what in it!


A Microbiologist’s Advice on Misunderstandings in Canning

Pressure Canner, How they work, types of gauges, and why you should give this canning method a try.

Homemade Mustard--LIFESAVING vegan condiment, especially as it has no added oil or sugar and is low in calories!

How To Make Mustard - Homemade Mustard Recipe with honey, lemon and thyme. (I'm growing mustard this year!

Apple Pie Jam...can a bunch of it...great on toast, biscuits, pancakes, ice cream...use it as a glaze for pork :)

This Apple Pie Jam tastes just like what it sounds like – apple pie filling. Rather than using it as jam on toast (which I’m sure would be tasty as well), I’ve been heating it up and using it as a sauce for pancakes, a glaze for pork chops, etc.