Passata method.

I mentioned in my last post that I would upload a PDF document of how I do my passata. I have put this together, hopefully not leaving out anything. I use a manual plastic machine that is made in Italy and it is great for general home production. If you do more that 4 boxes at a time you may want to think about upgrading to an electric processor but I quite like the manual method. If you have any questions or find anything glaringly wrong please let me know.

All that's left from last years processing.
All that’s left from last years processing.

MAREE’S TOMATO PASSATA METHOD

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