Homemade Catsup

This recipe is a recipe I modified from one I found on the Internet http://davesgarden.com/cookbook/viewentry.php?rid=1637 for a old Weight Watchers catsup recipe... As of date of submission I had not made the recipe yet... but will add a comment on the results when I do...

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  • Combine in med. saucepan and simmer all ingredients for 3 minutes and bottle. This can also be canned.
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"This recipe is a recipe I modified from one I found on the Internet http://davesgarden.com/cookbook/viewentry.php?rid=1637 for a old Weight Watchers catsup recipe... As of date of submission I had not made the recipe yet... but will add a comment on the results when I do..."
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  1. teddybeau
    Really good base - I added no-sugar minced sweet pickles, microwaved chopped onion and celery, a little allspice & stevia instead of splenda. Good stuff and no-into-the-veins injection of regular sugared catsup. The taste is a little different, but after a little use it's not possible to return to the regular commercial suger-overloaded stuff - and it's great for my type II diabetes.
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  2. Bea A Gal...
    This recipe is a recipe I modified from one I found on the Internet http://davesgarden.com/cookbook/viewentry.php?rid=1637 for a old Weight Watchers catsup recipe... As of date of submission I had not made the recipe yet... but will add a comment on the results when I do...
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