Posted on 14 September 2009 by tomatocasual.com
By Vanessa Richins
“Hi, how would I freeze tomato sauce? Would you have any recipes? Thank you.”
Hello Misty! Freezing is a great way to preserve your tomato sauce for further use.
One advantage is that for me as a single girl, I can freeze individual portions so I don’t have to worry about opening a can that will take me a while to use and could go bad.
For instructions on how to freeze tomato sauce, I headed on over to Google and found Kalyn’s Kitchen. She’s a local woman here in Utah who writes about low glycemic index and carb foods. She had great instructions on how to freeze tomato sauce.
First, she says to Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on 13 August 2008 by tomatocasual.com
By Kira Hamman
It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for – the plants you painstakingly nurtured through needy infancy and difficult adolescence are coming to maturity and producing red, ripe tomatoes.
Pounds of them.
Pounds, and pounds, and pounds of them.
You’re eating tomatoes at every meal, canning and freezing as much as humanly possible, and still they keep coming.
What’s a tomato gardener to do?
1. Keep eating! Remember the dark days of winter, when a garden fresh tomato is but a distant memory, and have just a few more. You’ll be glad you did.
2. Feed your friends. Speaking as someone who went through a gardenless period a while back, I can tell you that they’ll be grateful.
3. Leave the best ones on Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on 09 August 2007 by tomatocasual.com
By Michelle Fabio
For many of us, the end of summer means the end of beloved fresh tomatoes, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can easily freeze tomatoes for enjoyment throughout the colder months.
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