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Lisalea
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I love ketchup but unfortunately it's an avoid for me ... what can i replace it with ???
Thanks alot !!


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a non tomato sauce and adjust according to taste


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a non tomato sauce and adjust according to taste


Hi Lola !!
I meant ketchup to eat with frenchfries once in a while


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that s what I meant for replacement...a non tomato sauce.......


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If it's only once in a while, why not splurge!  


True


Thats what i do actually


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that s what I meant for replacement...a non tomato sauce.......




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Lisalea,

An alternative might be pureeing some fresh pimentos into a ketchup-like consistency in a blender. áAdd some fresh lemon juice for the tartness, compliant seasonings and spices to your own liking; and sweetener, if desired.

Pimentos are neutral for all blood types. áThey make a nice tomato and pepper substitute if these vegetables are avoids for one's blood type:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?308

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I use plumchutney it taste pretty good with eggs- I make it myself with tart dark plums, onions, spices , vinegar and sugar and that is good
Well I am European so ketchup with fries is not my thing! - but mayonaise


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Lisalea,

An alternative might be pureeing some fresh pimentos into a ketchup-like consistency in a blender.  Add some fresh lemon juice for the tartness, compliant seasonings and spices to your own liking; and sweetener, if desired.

Pimentos are neutral for all blood types.  They make a nice tomato and pepper substitute if these vegetables are avoids for one's blood type:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?308

Alia




WOW ... great idea  
Thank-u


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I use plumchutney it taste pretty good with eggs- I make it myself with tart dark plums, onions, spices , vinegar and sugar and that is good
Well I am European so ketchup with fries is not my thing! - but mayonaise




Oh that plumchutney sounds DELICIOUS ... yummii
Thanks


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...this may sound wierd to you but here goes anyway. Mash a banana into the pepper sauce. It'll thicken and sweeten it without adding too much in the way of flavour. It's a common ingredient in some store bought South East Asian chile sauces/ketchup here. It's probably a cheap filler/thickener that's commonly available but it seems to work beautifully. Add sweet paprika to deepen the red colour.
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great tip, thanks! )


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I think there is a recipe for a tomato free sauce that is made from beets and carrots in the Recipe forum.  Posters who have tried it say they can't tell that it's NOT tomato sause.



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I think there is a recipe for a tomato free sauce that is made from beets and carrots in the Recipe forum.  Posters who have tried it say they can't tell that it's NOT tomato sause.



Oh My God ... Really ???????
Thanks alot !!


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...this may sound wierd to you but here goes anyway. Mash a banana into the pepper sauce. It'll thicken and sweeten it without adding too much in the way of flavour. It's a common ingredient in some store bought South East Asian chile sauces/ketchup here. It's probably a cheap filler/thickener that's commonly available but it seems to work beautifully. Add sweet paprika to deepen the red colour.
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What an amazing idea !!!! God bless u  


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I printed off both recipes for ketchup and am meaning to try them soon.

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Well I am European so ketchup with fries is not my thing! - but mayonaise


Now what is the recipe for a compliant fake mayo??
That is my weakness...especially on fries. (and I'm a Southern US girl)  
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use tofu instead of egg ..........makes a nice mayo type treat......


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I agree.  I really miss ketchup.  I've accepted that sometimes I just have to add it, even if it is an avoid. I use Annie's Naturals brand, since it doesn't have corn syrup in it like most other brands.  That way at least I'm not getting THAT avoid.

But mayo, salad dressing, kethup, etc., are all a problem, too, because of the oils in them.  I've just accepted that if I'm going to have a small percentage of avoids, it will be to make things like salad have some taste to it.

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I agree.  I really miss ketchup.  I've accepted that sometimes I just have to add it, even if it is an avoid. I use Annie's Naturals brand, since it doesn't have corn syrup in it like most other brands.  That way at least I'm not getting THAT avoid.

But mayo, salad dressing, kethup, etc., are all a problem, too, because of the oils in them.  I've just accepted that if I'm going to have a small percentage of avoids, it will be to make things like salad have some taste to it.

Gail


So glad to hear from u, we understand one another ...  

Life is short hence, at times we just have to fulfill our cravings !!
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Food is a great pleasure of life so why not indulge once in a while ??...
W're lucky to have the upperhand knowing and discovering the BTD however; we're still humans trying our best ...

Thank-u for sharing, it makes my journey a little easier knowing that i'm NOT the only one having a hard time on some days ... i do try to eat BENEFICIALS everyday though so that's a good thing !!



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Well the ketchup is not so much a problem for me but the tomato on pizza !
Last night I just gave in and made a nice homemade pizza with spelt and tomatoes ! I enjoyed every bit !
I had less a reaction that I remember - but maybe it is beacouse I have been eating real clean food for along time. OR the fact that it was  a combo of spelt and tomato and not wheat and tomato !
Normally I opt for natural tomatofree pizza-. like with potatoes, cheese and rosemary or blanco just with lots of cheese or spinach and cheese.
The no tomatosauce from recipebase works fine in lasagne and in meatsauce- but I do miss the fruityness if I eat it alone on pasta or on pizza.

Mayonaise, dressings ???? well I agree on not freaking out on small amounts of avoids- BUT weird oils REALLY seem to freak me out so I make my own using 50 % olive oil 50 % grape seed oil- It is not ideal but I can┤t stand the 100 % olive oil version- it is too bitter!

I feel happy that I am a B sec- so I can eat cream and creamcheese etc it makes it easier to make weekend food


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Quoted from eh
...this may sound wierd to you but here goes anyway. Mash a banana into the pepper sauce. It'll thicken and sweeten it without adding too much in the way of flavour. It's a common ingredient in some store bought South East Asian chile sauces/ketchup here. It's probably a cheap filler/thickener that's commonly available but it seems to work beautifully. Add sweet paprika to deepen the red colour.
eh


Thank you for the tip! I've never thought of it before. It sounds excellent! ANd will be tried as soon as possible.

I really liked tomato sauce with garlic on fries of potatoes, eggplants, fresh peppers...I occasionally cook fries, and when I do, I'll use your recipe.

Okay...How about using it for "menemen" as well; a meal of tomatoes, fresh green peppers and eggs on top. (Lola, you know "mememen", I'm sure!) Or for "banduri", which is prepared by tomatoes, rice, and minced onions.

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sure I remember mememen (didn t know it had so many ms......!!!! álol)

here in Mexico, we have something similar........using green chiles instead of the green peppers........called 'Mexican style beaten eggs' ......(huevos revueltos a la Mexican)
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Polker's Burgers (local restaurant) routinely serves Ranch dressing with its fries. And it's good, so maybe you'll consider some sort of Ranch-substitute while you're considering your Ketchup substitute!


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Now what is the recipe for a compliant fake mayo??
That is my weakness...especially on fries. (and I'm a Southern US girl)  


I just posted about making compliant mayo that tastes very close to Best Foods. The thread is called Good Salad Recipe. You can also access it HERE - reply #4.


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