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I think the original poster forgot to include water as an ingredient. I put 2 cups in, added more spices. Some white pepper, more garlic and onion powder, and added salt. I also used a little more sweetener...I chose honey and maple syrup. It's perfect now!

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leah947_11798781 February 05, 2013

I have been using this to make our own ketchup since June of 2011 because of the corn syrup and white vinegar in store-bought ketchup. While I can't say I like it quite as much as store-bought, it works with our diet. The flavor is okay, but the texture is quite a bit thicker, which some people might enjoy. I will continue to use this recipe. I have found however that the recipe makes closer to 2 cups ketchup and not the 4 cups as stated.

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berry271 October 25, 2011

Thank you for sharing this. I love it and we use it in place of our ketchup all the time.

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PopcornHols March 19, 2011

YUM! Our youngest is corn sensitive and I am so glad I found this! Now he can have ketchup like everyone else! My favorite part? It was SO EASY!

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Luvs2kook March 21, 2010

Thank you! Thank ! Thank you! Finally, we can have ketchup again. Do you have any more corn-free recipes?

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GlutenFreeInDixie July 24, 2009
Homemade Gluten-Free and Corn-Free Ketchup