A condiment should never derail a diet, but many of us don’t know when to stop dipping, because serving sizes are never that clean cut. That’s why I’ve put together this simple homemade ketchup that you can whip up without laboring over the stove, risking your fries going frigid.
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As my latest contribution to EcoSalon.com, I created an alternative to fast-food French fries. These spicy zucchini fries are baked to cut fat grams and are without the potato to avoid a carb overload. While zucchini fries aren’t as firm as traditional fries, they hold their own quite well and taste wonderful when baked with [...]
Happy Tuesday! Here is a video showing you how to make ketchup with just a few ingredients. This version of homemade ketchup is low in salt and sugar and you can have as much as you want. It has the perfect balance of sweet and sour and bitter.
Have you ever made a flax egg? Sounds kind of strange, but many vegan recipes call for a flax egg to replace a real egg. I’ve never made one until very recently and it had always sounded weird and complicated to do, but it takes a mere minutes and the process comes in handy whenever [...]
This simplified homemade ketchup, though an accompaniment, deserves a post of its own, only because it replaces an otherwise sugar and salt-intense alternative, which we could all do without. But, truth be told, many of us can’t – ketchup is a side piece to many of our favorite grub. What’s a burger without it? Subpar. [...]