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  • #16
    This recipe for ketchup is pretty good. No need for sweetener.

    Nailed it! Ryan Wilder’s Wicked Easy Paleo Ketchup | Not In Moderation

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    • #17
      Originally posted by rusty1257 View Post
      This recipe for ketchup is pretty good. No need for sweetener.

      Nailed it! Ryan Wilder’s Wicked Easy Paleo Ketchup | Not In Moderation
      Thanks, I plan to give it a try!

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      • #18
        I planned to punch up the sweetness with some Splenda, just enough to sweeten the ketchup a little more. I won't be starting from whole tomatoes, I just want to mix something together from sauce or paste. ("no sugar added" type) Thanks.
        I do it all the time, though I prefer marinara to ketchup & normally make marinara. Basil for me makes things taste sweeter + I like the combo. I am not a fan of Splenda at all. Tomato dishes are the only ones where I like the taste of maple syrup. Ot I use balsamic vinegar for that v.special tang. Rhubarb is my other beloved condiment.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Leida View Post
          I do it all the time, though I prefer marinara to ketchup & normally make marinara. Basil for me makes things taste sweeter + I like the combo. I am not a fan of Splenda at all. Tomato dishes are the only ones where I like the taste of maple syrup. Ot I use balsamic vinegar for that v.special tang. Rhubarb is my other beloved condiment.
          I had forgotten about basil, it does lend a sweeter flavor.

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