The best way to serve healthy, probiotic food to kids! This easy recipe for fermented ketchup is sure to please every member of your family.
Boil water and mix with honey until fully dissolved. Allow to cool.
Mix culture (sauerkraut juice, whey, or veggie culture starter) with cooled honey water.
Combine all ingredients, then transfer to a quart size mason jar.
Screw on lid and allow to sit on your counter at room temperature.
"Burp" the lid daily to prevent gas build up by gently unscrewing the lid and rescrewing back on.
The ketchup will start to become fizzy after 2-3 days. Taste daily until it has reached your desired level of fermentation. (Our family likes 3 days but you can go as long as 5 days.)
Ketchup stays good for up to 1 month in the fridge (but I guarantee it won't last that long).