Food | Condiments

Bao Cultured

Fermented condiments—catsup, BBQ sauce, hot sauce, and pickles filled with probiotics. Also cultured vegetable slaws and relishes, and flavored kombucha. “Each bottle is packed full of organic ingredients and vibrant probiotic bacteria.”

 

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Fair Isle

Mostly farm-to-table pantry items (plus botanical skin care and wellness products, all jumbled on one page). “All made by hand 30 miles out sea on the island of Nantucket. Together with my love and Iley’s papa, Jacob, we grow and wild-harvest many of the ingredients used in our culinary provisions, teas and herbs as well as our Vital healing botanical apothecary. If we can’t grow or find something locally we then source from organic sustainable suppliers. Products are made in small batches, often to order, and are packaged in recycled glass jars and bottles with environmentally friendly labels printed in the US.” I’m thinking the selection will change based on available ingredients, so just take a look and see what’s seasonal.

 

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A & B American Style

They had me with their headline: “Our mission is to take sugar out of the American diet.” They make all-natural condiments using real, whole ingredients. No sugar. Nothing artificial. At the moment it’s a few pepper sauces. But I hope they do more and go organic.

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Coconut Secret

Delicious condiments made from the sap of the coconut tree, using raw methods aging or evaporating at low temperatures. Their Coconut Aminos is one of my favorite condiments—slightly sweet with very low carbs. They also make Coconut Vinegar, Coconut Nectar (sweetener) and coconut crystals (sweetener). Read their website for lots of information about coconut nutrition and harvesting.

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Organicville

A great selection of condiments made from organic ingredients and natural sweeteners. Ketchup and mustard, chili sauce, BBQ sauce, salad dressings, pizza and pasta sauce, salsas, teriyaki sauce, and a whole collection of international flavor sauces, including organic sriracha, Korean BBQ sauce and other favorite flavors.

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The Sweet Farm

Naturally fermented sauerkrauts made with nothing but organic (local when possible) vegetables, sea salt, and spices. “Our traditional fermentation methods produce fresh, crisp and tangy krauts that pair well with just about any meal. In addition to their great taste, our krauts are full of probiotics, beneficial bacteria that help nourish your digestive system.” If you don’t want to make your own, try these.

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Red Duck Organic Ketchup

Classic and flavored ketchup made from organic ingredients. Contains organic cane sugar. “The three of us met as MBA students at the University of Oregon, where we discovered our shared passion for food and experimenting with new flavors. For a class project, we decided that conventional ketchup just wasn’t cutting it for us. So we decided to make our own.”

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Chicaoji

A unique spicy sauce made of Goji berries and caceo with smoky chipotles. “Ingredients are organic, vegan, gluten & GMO free and (mostly) raw. “Chicaoji’s unique combination of flavors registers across the entire palate. Sweet and tangy goji berries balance the right bitterness of cacao. Tart apple cider vinegar compliment’s agave nectar’s sweetness. Smoky chipotles heat things up jest enough while Celtic Sea Salt™ weaves all the flavor together. I believe food is medicine. I selected Chicaoji’s ingredients because of their long recognized health benefits. But they’re not just nutritional—they’re delicious!” Check out the ingredients tab for a whole page of information about each ingredient.

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Mustard and Co.

Mustards made with freshly ground raw organic mustard seeds. Their unique “cold” process preserves the spicy volatile oils. These are combined with premium ingredients, including organic extra-virgin olive oil, filtered water, and Jacobsen Salt Co, sea salt to make a set of mustards with vibrant flavors. “Right away, you’ll notice that our mustard is thinner than many others you’ve been accustomed to. This is primarily due to our determination to preserve the raw properties of each of the ingredients we use. In other words, we opt not to add in any thickeners or emulsifiers. You’ll recognize all of our ingredients, and what you see is what you get – fresh, raw, and bold mustard.”

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Fire Cider

A flavorful organic unfiltered apple cider vinegar that can be used as a culinary condiment or taken as a health tonic. “To the base of certified organic apple cider vinegar, we’ve added whole, raw, certified organic oranges, lemons, onions, ginger, horseradish, habanero pepper, garlic and turmeric. We let this mixture steep for 6 weeks at room temperature, to preserve the living vinegar culture and delicate flavors of the ingredients. Lastly, we blend a generous helping of raw wildflower honey into the mix. The result is potent but balanced, offering layers of sweet, tart and spice.”

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