Water Kefir Ketchup

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Water Kefir Ketchup

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    It’s a great condiment and its in refrigerators all over the world – Ketchup! If you are constantly running out of it, make your own with this easy to do recipe. Its healthy and great tasting.

    • 5 minutes
    • Serves 2
    • Easy

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    Ketchup is a condiment that most people have in their homes. It can be used to accompany french fries or slathered on hamburgers. It can also set proudly on top of a meatloaf for dinner. No matter what you use ketchup for, it gets used. When you need it, the bottle is usually close to empty or it is impossible to get another drop out. If your ketchup bottle always stays empty, consider making this recipe for water kefir ketchup instead of running to the store each and every time you run out. This recipe is easy to follow, easy to make, and your family will love the unique blends that go into it.Creating this recipe with homegrown tomatoes will improve the quality of the ketchup..

    Tomato

    The main ingredient of this recipe is of course tomatoes. You will need to use tomato paste, a form of tomatoes that has a thicker texture in order to make sauces or dishes that doesn’t require thin textures. Tomatoes contain all four of the major carotenoids which includes: alpha, beta, luten, and lycopene. Tomatoes also have an increased amount of antioxidants. You can also get your daily amount of vitamins A, C, E, B6, potassium, and more.

    Honey

    Its delicious golden mixture is perfect for adding a dose of sweetness to any dish or beverage. Adding one teaspoon of honey to your diet daily can give your body the extra vitamins and nutrients needed. Honey can help to prevent cancer, heart disease, and ulcers from forming. It can also reduce coughs that don’t seem to go away due to some type of throat irritation.

    Apple Cider Vinegar

    Apple cider vinegar is a great way to add a little assistance to your digestive system. It can also help your immune system to fight off bacteria. It can also assist in weight loss and help to balance blood sugar.

    Cayenne

    Many people associate cayenne with something hot and spicy however, it can help with so much more, for example your digestion. If you are suffering from stomach pain that won’t go away, cayenne may be relief to some. In addition to helping with digestion issues, it also has Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E, just to name a few.

    Cloves

    This herb is a great addition to many favorite recipe but it is also great at helping with nausea, flatulence, and it contains antibacterial properties to assist your immune system in fighting off bacteria that may otherwise be too much to conquer alone.

    Cinnamon

    Its great in foods and it can also have benefits for the body as well. Cinnamon is considered an anti-inflammatory. It can help lower your chances of heart disease. Adding cinnamon to this recipe will not only give you a delicious tasting ketchup, but it will also be beneficial as well.

    Knowing all of this, it’s now time to make your water kefir ketchup.

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