Use Inexpensive Condiment Brands for Cooking

If you have a specific brand of condiment that you prefer, use the brand that's cheapest for cooking. For example with ketchup, go ahead and buy Heinz for putting on sandwiches, but use the cheaper brand of ketchup for making meatloaf and other dishes that require it. When baking with the cheaper condiment, the spices and other ingredients will blend to make the flavor. No one will notice.

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August 29, 20070 found this helpful

I would not use Heinz unless you don't care about your health, it uses high fructose corn syrup which is very unhealthy especially for children. Del Monte does not use it and some store brands do not use it.

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September 28, 20070 found this helpful

Store brands are really good and cheap. The majority of the time, you can't even tell the difference. We usually just stick with the store brand, unless we have a coupon.

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