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Unread 05-14-2013, 05:43 PM   #1
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So my lady friend has an allergy to vinegar.
I've tried a couple different recipes I've found online but haven't really found anything i like. Most are ketchup based and end up tasting like ketchup with some added pizazz .
Anybody have any non vinegar recipes?
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So my lady friend has an allergy to vinegar.
I've tried a couple different recipes I've found online but haven't really found anything i like. Most are ketchup based and end up tasting like ketchup with some added pizazz .
Anybody have any non vinegar recipes?
Recipe for ...what?
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I would use lemon or lime juice as a substitute for vinegar
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Are you looking for BBQ Sauce Recipes?
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More importantly does that mean she's allergic to wine also?
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yeah, sorry!! i'm an idiot sometimes!

I'm looking for sauce recipes
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affirmative, wine is on the nay no list
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I would use lemon or lime juice as a substitute for vinegar
Try that, it won't replace the wine though.
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You could always try a mustard or white sauce opposed to a tomato or vinegar sauce. Worcestershire is sour, but it may not make a good substitute for vinegar.

You could also consider finding a new lady friend. Just kidding :)
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You could always try a mustard or white sauce opposed to a tomato or vinegar sauce. Worcestershire is sour, but it may not make a good substitute for vinegar.

You could also consider finding a new lady friend. Just kidding :)
Most mustard also includes vinegar.
There are beer mustards that use beer in place of the vinegar
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Google Chimmi Churi sauce.
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Google Chimmi Churi sauce.
+1 I've personally never made one myself but my brother has made some that were killer on beef/pork.
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