FEATURE: Preserving Tomatoes – Should You Can, Dry, or Freeze Them?
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Nothing can take the place of a fresh tomato.
But when it comes to preserving tomatoes, which is the best method: canning tomatoes, drying tomatoes, or freezing tomatoes?
The answer is … all three. Here are the benefits and drawbacks of each.
Benefits: taste, volume, versatility, safety, longevity, and space
Drawbacks: time, gear, discomfort
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