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Old 05-01-2014, 05:40 PM   #11
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Preservatives?
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Preservatives?
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The OP asked for a more natural recipe.
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Old 05-01-2014, 06:49 PM   #13
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I bet the mayo and ketchup have some of the dreaded preservatives.
I agree GG. It looks like Jenny hits closer to the mark...

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Its basically oil and vinegar, tomato puree, mustard, shallots, salt and Worcester sauce with some whey, thickeners and color.

Experiment with the proportions that suit your taste.
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The OP asked for a more natural recipe.
Well, as Kayelle said, it depends on how you define these things. There are natural preservatives, but a lot of people don't make distinctions. So, just funning a little
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Well, as Kayelle said, it depends on how you define these things. There are natural preservatives, but a lot of people don't make distinctions. So, just funning a little
The sauce in question uses parsley as a thickener and paprika for color. I've never heard of that.

Right out of the bottle it looks to be healthier than most prepared sauces.
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Well, as Kayelle said, it depends on how you define these things. There are natural preservatives, but a lot of people don't make distinctions. So, just funning a little
You reminded me of something. A friend of mine said that he switched to unsalted butter because he noticed that the salted butter stayed fresh longer, so it must have preservatives. Well, yeah, salt's a preservative.
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You reminded me of something. A friend of mine said that he switched to unsalted butter because he noticed that the salted butter stayed fresh longer, so it must have preservatives. Well, yeah, salt's a preservative.
Reminds me of those "Captain Obvious" commercials :-)
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The sauce in question uses parsley as a thickener and paprika for color. I've never heard of that.

Right out of the bottle it looks to be healthier than most prepared sauces.
I think the xantham gum does most of the thickening.
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The sauce in question uses parsley as a thickener and paprika for color. I've never heard of that.

Right out of the bottle it looks to be healthier than most prepared sauces.
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I think the xantham gum does most of the thickening.
Yes, you're right. And the corn flour too, I imagine.

But it does list parsley as a thickener, which is interesting.
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You reminded me of something. A friend of mine said that he switched to unsalted butter because he noticed that the salted butter stayed fresh longer, so it must have preservatives. Well, yeah, salt's a preservative.
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