Recipes Crockpot Cookery crockpot tomato juice

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    Anonymous

    So I just typed my post and my internet went down after I submitted it. I am not sure if it went through or not so I am going to retype it. Sorry if there is a duplicate post.

    Last summer I got tired of standing over a hot stove canning tomato juice and thought there had to be a better way. I usually plant 50 plus tomato plants so it seemed like all I was doing was standing over the stove.

    Before I went to bed I quartered my tomatos and put in the pot skin and all. I added about 1/2 cup of water and turned on low and let them cook all nightl. The next morning I had a crockpot of mushy tomatos and juice. I ladled this into my sieve and squished all my tomatos through.

    I then canned per canning instructions. This saved time and my house wasn’t as hot. To make bigger batches I used my other 2 large crockpots so that I could do more at once. After this I started experimenting and discovered apple butter made in the crockpot.

    This summer I am going to try making spaghetti sauce in the crockpot. Happy Canning!

    #14553

    Love this idea! Thanks so much for sharing! We planted several different varieties of tomatoes this year, but the weather has NOT been cooperating so far. I’m really hoping that they take off soon!

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    This is a great recipe and easy to make…wonderful juice alone or with a little vodka!
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