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6 Delicious Condiments You Can Make at Home
If you want to save some money, as well as eliminate some of the chemicals and artificial ingredients in your life, then you should start making your own condiments at home. There is almost nothing you can’t make at home; it’s much easier than you think!
On top of eliminating some of the artificial ingredients in your diet, you will find that homemade condiments will taste much better since you are using fresh ingredients.
One of the joys of making your own condiments is that you know you are eliminating chemical ingredients, GMO’s, unwanted sugars (especially HFCS), artificial colors and flavors, and you eliminate more plastic from your life!
Making your own condiments is not really time consuming, nor is it complicated. You should note that the shelf life of your homemade condiments won’t be as long as store bought, but that’s because they are fresh and not filled with tons of chemical preservatives. So don’t make huge batches, unless you find that your kids are eating up all your condiments as fast as you can make them!
Are you ready? You are going to find that these 6 condiments are so easy to make, you will probably make extra and start giving them to your family and friends!
1. Marvelous Homemade Mustard
This is a great place to start if you are new to making your own condiments. Most people are just so used to picking up that little yellow plastic bottle of mustard at the supermarket, they never think: just where does that mustard come from anyway? Mustard comes from mustard seeds and this recipe is super easy.
- 1 Cup of mustard seeds (you can use yellow, brown, or a mix of both)
- ¾ Cup of apple cider vinegar
- ¼ Cup of water
- Place all the ingredients in a glass jar with a lid, such as a Mason jar, and allow it to sit for a few days to soften the seeds. The seeds will absorb most of the liquid. If they start to look a little dry, you can add a bit more water or vinegar.
- Now put the ingredients in your blender and mix until you get the desired consistency.
- That’s it! You can add a few spices and make this recipe suit your tastes such as 1 teaspoon of turmeric or perhaps you might replace half of the apple cider vinegar with white wine. Put your finished product right back in that Mason jar and it’s ready to go!