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Cashew Ketchup

 

Though I am not a massive fan of the BBQ, I felt I couldn’t let a whole summer go by without offering at least one recipe that actually goes on the Q. Why am I not a fan of BBQ’d food?

BBQs tend to cook food at very high temperatures. Additionally, most peeps are not grilling veggies on their BBQ but throwing on big hunks of fatty meat which can be become a wee toxic when that fat drips through, burns up and smokes back up. As well when fat that hangs on to the meat gets charred, I believe the word for that is carcinogenic. Lastly, from as early on as I can remember, my dad loved BBQing and never failed to show off how he singed the hair off his arm in the process. That’s just gross.

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One Response to “Cashew Ketchup”

  1. Viviane Burgess said…
    Good morning, Hello, This not a reply. It is to ask for some advice and help. I have made corn chips using raw corn, (from the ears), flax seeds, 1 tbsp. chili powder, ground sunflower seeds (soaked) i chopped shallot and little kosher salt.. the crackers were awful!! and very bitter!!! Can you email me a good recipe for crackers please? I am desperate because every cracker recipe calls for flax seed (which might be what is giving off the bitteness from what I was told) or I could be from the fresh corn? Please help! Thank you. Viviane

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