Thursday, November 17, 2011

Win Three Bottles Ketchup!


Pass the Ketchup,
Are you kidding?!
Tell me, SCD's permitting?!

Enter a giveaway and win THREE bottles of the newest Honey Sweetened SCD Ketchup! All you need to do is leave a comment below letting us know which prepared product you'd wish Digestive Wellness would add to their product line. You never know... it may just happen one day! Drawing will take place November 30th. Make sure to include your email address or telephone number so that we can notify you in the event that you win! HAPPY DIPPING! Print this post

69 comments:

Ellen said...

That is so great that you figured out how to make ketchup!!!!! Next, I'd like to suggest a "Reese's" substitute, with peanut butter and cocoa powder....yum....Keep up the good work!

Robbie said...

You have it all covered! I guess if I had to say, it would be candy with no nut chunks.

Lori said...

You have saved my life! I have tried ketchup many times at home and it's never quite right! My family will be soo excited!!!

Salsa would be great! As we all know, it takes a lot of time to make everything from scratch and it would just be nice to have some on hand sometimes.

Adam Darowski said...

Oh wow, this is great because SCD ketchup is such a pain to make. Oh boy, what to see next? My little guy LOVES the biscotti you all recently introduced. Perhaps… a snack that is more dried fruit than nut. Seems like most treats are nut-based. Would be nice to have more alternatives. Thanks!

Terri said...

I don't know what product I'd like to see. I buy almond flour, vanilla, and honey candy. Since you made Ketchup - how about barbecue sauce! Keep up the great work!!

Moderator said...

Jennie's Macaroons (from customer last name: "marciano")

Whimsy Antiques said...

My son will be thrilled with the ketchup!

How about scd healthy chips. I can't imagine what they would be made of...

Nicole said...

I would love to see you introduce an SCD-legal Almond Roca candy!

Elizabeth G. said...

That's is exciting! I can't wait to try the ketchup! I would suggest barbque sauce. I know I can make my own, but purchasing some would save precious time!

Stylelinx said...

I'm so excited! Legal ketchup! sign me up!

Julie said...

Looking forward to trying this. NEXT, candy or chips of course!

Karen said...

Thank you! I have successfully made ketchup but it is a pain in the rear! Can you tell me how long the shelf life is?

Oh yeah, I would love to see BBQ sauce as well. That is one of the only things I miss and I haven't been able to make it from scratch that actually tastes like bbq.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I am soooo happy that no more mess with ketchup, which never comes out as good as my son remembers. How about next thing, like BBQ or a Worcestershire sauce or maybe a resemblance of a soy sauce?

Cheryl Myers said...

Marshmellows. My daughter loves them, but they are such a pain to make. You guys are a life-saver!

Cheryl said...

Would love some good salad dressing using olive oil, but no illegals added.

Bev said...

Perfect! I thought I'd never see ketchup again. I can't think of anything I'd like to see, but I do miss Almond Joy candy bar.

Anonymous said...

Hi I soo glad for the ketchup!! you should make a peanut butter that tastes like nuttela . Since I have Crohns(since I was 7) and also cannot tolerate dairy, I cant eat nuttela ever.

Juliekin said...

You guys are fabulous!!!! How about Thousand Island Dressing or as close to that taste as you can get.

Anna Keenan said...

I can't wait to buy the ketchup, my son will be ecstatic. If I had
to pick for him it would be gummies. Keep up the great work

Ross Edward DeGayner said...

I would like to see a SCD safe taco sauce. I really miss my ortega! Thanks

jc said...

Yea! SCD ketchup is here! Thank you.

The product that I would like to suggest is cocktail sauce. I cannot find SCD legal horseradish to add to my ketchup. On second thought, an SCD horseradish would be a great suggestion, because we could add it to your ketchup to make cocktail sauce! --jc

Angie Salo said...

Thank You for making a legal ketchup!!! I can NOT wait to try it!!! I would agree with the BBQ suggestion, it would be wonderful to have a legal BBQ sauce! Keep up the great work!!!

Mariblue said...

Yeah for ketchup! I'd love to see marshmallows (they're so much work to make!)

Mel M. said...

HI there, You are my hero! I can't wait to try the ketchup.
As for new products, I am always looking for something crunchy, so maybe some cheese crisps made from grated parmesan? and a nice jarred salsa to go with it would be dreamy....

SCD said...

I would love SCD legal duck sauce! But, I'll take ketchup too!!

Allison said...

I'd like you to make BBQ sauce.

Sharon Judson said...

I also agree the BBQ sauce. Or a chip of some kind (squash, rutabaga etc) sounds great too.

Mrs. Ed said...

I'm so glad you are making products. Hmmm...where should I start? Dijon mustard, horseradish, salad dressings, bbq sauce, SCD legal canned beans (I haven't used beans in so long), lemon pepper. I do love to cook and make things from scratch, but on busy weeknights scd legal products would be a luxery.

Marsha said...

Gosh I miss so much, I guess I would love something with Chocolate that was legal. It would be great to have milk again too. The ketchup is going to be great, I can't wait to get it. Thanks so much for all you do. It helps all of us out so much.

spunkella said...

Something salty and crunchy....How close can you come to salty, crunchy chips?
Mmmmmmarshmallows. Yes!

spookyhurst said...

I have a major sweet tooth, so I second the suggestion of a "Reese's" Peanut Butter Cup alternative, or some other candy bar (like Twix!). Ranch salad dressing would be a great item too :-)

Lisa said...

This is amazing!! I'm thrilled. Can't wait to try it out. This is a little far fetched, but I'd love to see some kind of deli-type meat. Cannot find any thing in the rural area where I live.

Jody said...

Can't wait to try the ketchup! Next I would like to see a prepared pizza crust. A substitute for chocolate chips would be great too!

Caroline said...

I'm so excited to try the new ketchup - it's exciting!!!

My vote would be for a salad dressing like Annie's Naturals - Goddess dressing, or a barbecue sauce, or legal salsa.

YAY!!!!

Unknown said...

HOORAY! I love ketchup and having an SCD legal one would be GREAT. How about a spaghetti sauce? It would also be nice to see some kind of a protein/power/energy bar. "Lara bars" are legal, but high in sugars.

Blake said...

This is brilliant! When I attempt ketchup half the kitchen ends up covered in tomato paste!

I'd love to see mayonnaise and an SCD friendly chocolate chip cookie. Oh and possibly banana chips like the vacuum-fried kind at Trader Joe's, I'd buy those in bulk if I could!

Karen said...

BBQ sauce- yes... or marinade. Love the idea of a Nutella product- although as a newbie, I didn't realize it wasn't gluten free. And recipes!! thanks!

kara said...

Would love to see organic nuts, its a simple wish but it would be tremendous!

Gittel said...

some sort of snack chips, maybe from almond flour and squash?
something to nibble on.... when everyone else is hacking on tortilla chips etc!

GingerVA said...

I'd love to have what goes under the ketchup....a hot dog in a hot dog bun. Yummy!

Esti K said...

maybe some kind of chewy candy like toffee

Reena said...

This sounds great! I'd love to see a 'legal' soy sauce substitute. Thanks so much for what you do!

Katy said...

I would love for you to carry a legl salsa or barbecue sauce, or maybe a recipe using the ketchup to make the barbecue sauce!

Anonymous said...

We would LOVE to see a bottled mayonaise---especially now that we have mustard and ketchup we can have again!!

Katie B
furrypals_5@yahoo.com

Joannie said...

The Ketchup sounds yummy!!

BBQ sauce and a mint candies would be great!

How about veggie chips to go?

E said...

I would love to win this ketchup as I haven't had any for two years! As for another condiment to choose. I'd pick Dijon mustard. I tried a mustard on the web site but didn't like it. I think it had apple cider and it just didn't work for me. But if you used a different vinegar, I think I'd like it better. Keeping my fingers crossed that I win! Love your products. Thanks so much for helping me get through two years on the SCD.

Anonymous said...

How about beef jerky! I have tried Steve's Original Beef Jerky with no problems. Their other products are great too.

http://stevesoriginal.com/

Anonymous said...

This is amazing! You have just saved me a lot of time. My son will be soooo happy.
Next, I would love to see you try an SCD-legal Mayonnaise!!

leah franc said...

leah
i would love to have salty chips

Jeni Clark said...

Whoo Hooo! Yippy!
I have tried over and over to make ketchup ... No success!
I would love a BBQ sauce!
Salad dressings are easy...but I just can't seem to get a real good BBQ sauce! Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I am excited to try out your ketchup. I would love to see good old chocolate.

Anonymous said...

I would like to see mayo added to your product line.
mavickers@centurylink.net

Anonymous said...

egg free baked goods PLEASE :)

Judy said...

So happy to order ketchup right now!! Would love to have a substitute for salty, crunchy potato chips. And even better -- PASTA!! Why can't pasta be made with almond flour? Any ideas???
Thanks for all your good stuff!

CR said...

this is great. I have tried to make ketchup but never could get the texture or taste. Before getting sick, I lived on ketchup. I would also like to see marinades for chicken, steak, etc. or bbq sauces.

Anonymous said...

Dear folks at Digestive Wellness,
How about adding an SCD mayonnaise to your line of wonderful products?
lynb706@earthlink.net

HW said...

Can't wait to try it. I would suggest either bbq sauce or ranch dressing.

Many many thanks!

JasonQG said...

Peanut butter cups

Stacy said...

I just discovered your blog and am loving what I am reading! I guess that I would love to see some marshmallows or BBQ sauce. Those are both much work to make! LOL!

Nancy said...

I forgot what ketchup tasted like!!
Next from the Esther laboratory . . how about some crunchy chips?? i'm dreaming about potato chips . .but any crunchy chip will do !
BTW, if you haven't tried Esther's bread yet . . you must !! Then you actually have a sandwich with ketchup !
Keep those wheels turning Esther !

Rachel said...

This katchup is great! Can't wait to get some for my son. How about a peanutbutter pie, or a recipe for one? That is one thing that my son always loved, and I think misses a lot.

Mike said...

I think a BBQ sauce would be good because I need one for making ribs. And some kinda salty snack that's easy for transporting. Something like chips but I can't really think of what you could make it out of. Maybe some dried ginger candy made with honey for a sweet snack. Keep up the good work. nflblitz91 at yahoo dot com.

Anonymous said...

Would love to see a marinade for chicken or fish that is scd legal.. and also spice mixture that can be added to oil and vinegar for salad dressing and/or marinade.Thanks! 404-667-3710

Anonymous said...

Also, another idea that would be great for both kids and adults is fish sticks (with scd legal breading of course!)404-667-3710

spiritofmotherhood said...

ANy type of fruit cobbler - peach, blueberry, apple, etc.

Pam said...

Ketchup is awesome, but please maybe some salad dressing or salsa next!

Anonymous said...

Curry sauce!

Cheryl said...

Finally Ketchup that I don't have to make myself!! I love it!! I had some dehydrated type vegetable chips at the pier in Seattle, the only kind that was SCD legal were the green beans. they were awesome! there was a guy making in NY making beet chips. Would love products like those! Thanks!

Patti said...

I'd love to see a good SCD mayo - and with the ketchup a great SCD Thousand island dressing!