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[Tomato Dirt #235] Can, Dry, Freeze – Which Is Best for Tomatoes?
July 29, 2021
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
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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.
Get more details about each of these different methods for preserving tomatoes to choose what’s right for you… and be sure to check out our Pinterest board for more helpful information.
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|Canning Tomatoes: the Basics||Drying Tomatoes Is Easy and Cheap||How to Get Started with Freezing Tomatoes||How to Prepare Tomatoes for Preserving or Recipes |
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