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The Secret to Feel-Awesome BBQs

June 6, 2018

We see you there at the BBQ, being so careful, loading up on the vegetables, avoiding the gloopy “salads,” going light (or skipping) the alcohol. Then, you top your bunless burger with some condiments, and suddenly you’ve inadvertently added hidden sugar and other undesirable ingredients to your plate. And all you wanted was a little ketchup. Is it so wrong, just wanting a little ketchup?

No, it isn’t—and now you can have it and still feel like the champ you are. Primal Kitchen, the company that brought us next-level mayo made with avocado oil, has expanded its repertoire to include Unsweetened Organic Ketchup and Organic Spicy Brown Mustard, and not only are these new condiments ultra-clean, they’re also super-flavorful. So you get everything you want, minus the nasty ingredients. Woo hoo!

Both the Unsweetened Organic Ketchup and the Organic Spicy Brown Mustard have no added sweetener—none, not even dates. They’re organic, Whole30 approved, and paleo/primal/keto friendly, free of gluten, soy, dairy and GMOs. You get that awesome punch of flavor only high-quality real food can deliver.

Add these to Primal Kitchen’s other clean and delicious dressings and marinades (hello, Caesar, Green Goddess, Lemon Turmeric Vinaigrette/Marinade and more), and you’ll be ready for the tastiest, healthiest grilling season ever.

Primal Kitchen’s entire line will be in Whole Foods stores nationwide starting this month—but right now, Primal Kitchen is offering Clean Plates readers a special deal. Buy their Pantry Kit for $34.95 (which includes their luscious mayo, Balsamic Vinaigrette/Marinade, Ranch Dressing and Avocado Oil), and you get a full jar of ketchup FREE. Just add the Pantry Kit and the Ketchup to your cart, use the code CLEANPLATES (all caps) at checkout, and poof! The cost of the ketchup disappears. Eligible for one-time purchases only.

OK, now if you’ll excuse us, we have some shopping to do…

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