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#1 VolleyGirlSC

 
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Posted 13 December 2006 - 12:02 PM

Sorry if this is a duplicate post, but I read and searched as much as I could and didn't see anything...

I have food sensitivies to almost everything as well as gluten, and I was hoping that someone out there would have a recipe or an allergy cookbook that would provide a recipe for vinegar-free ketchup.

Any help would be appreciated...

Also, here is my fav vinegar-free mayo from doreen T at the Adkins Candida site boards- http://forum.lowcarb...p/t-106836.html

Vinegar-Free Mayonnaise

makes 20 Tbsp

1 organic egg
2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
½ tsp dry mustard
¼ teaspoon seasoned salt
1 cup olive oil

Blend first 4 ingredients. With blender running constantly, slowly dribble in the oil, a little at a time, until it's thick and creamy. It will become slightly thicker when refrigerated.

(*note - I add a dash of onion powder too)

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Posted 13 December 2006 - 12:39 PM

I also have multiple allergies. I actually made a pretty good tasting ketchup just substituting lemon juice for the vinegar. But if you don't necessarily need the "tang", I also have made it by using all the regular spices and salt, but just not including any vinegar or lemon juice. It was surprisingly good.

Concerning your mayo recipe.....I am unfortunately allergic to eggs. Have you heard of anyone substituting anything for the egg in that recipe? I wonder if gelatin or flaxseed gel would work??
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Posted 08 June 2008 - 05:03 PM

I also have multiple allergies. I actually made a pretty good tasting ketchup just substituting lemon juice for the vinegar. But if you don't necessarily need the "tang", I also have made it by using all the regular spices and salt, but just not including any vinegar or lemon juice. It was surprisingly good.

Concerning your mayo recipe.....I am unfortunately allergic to eggs. Have you heard of anyone substituting anything for the egg in that recipe? I wonder if gelatin or flaxseed gel would work??


We are in the same predicament. My son can't have eggs. We are now avoiding vinegar. We really liked Veganaise, but now are looking for a recipe. Can anyone make a suggestion.
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Posted 08 June 2008 - 08:42 PM

I used to have that cookbook but unfortunately I lost it in a move a few years ago.

All my recipes are vinegar free... there are TONS on the forums here I think maybe if you click on my name you can get a list of my posts?? I am not 100% sure about that... B) lol

I have not had vinegar since 2001

Good luck anyways!

Your mayo recipe is almost identical to mine HHAHAHA ;)

If you are looking for 'tang' you can use citric acid powder... you find it in the canning section at the grocery it's straight up vitamin c. The acid % is higher in that than either vinegar or lemon|lime juice

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