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Fermented Homemade Ketchup

Author: Kelly the Kitchen Kop



  • Mix well with a hand blender.  That’s it.
  • Make sure it’s in a glass bowl and leave at room temperature for two days.  I then transferred it into our old ketchup bottle in the fridge (using a baby spoon) to more easily get it by the kids.  (The rest I put into a quart-sized wide-mouth mason jar to store out of the way in the back of the fridge.)  If you think it tastes significantly different from what your family is used to, then start with mixing half of the “regular” ketchup with half of the homemade ketchup.  I thought it tasted pretty good!