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I would roast them and then freeze in small bags to add to sauces.
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Posted to Thread #18963 at 5:53 pm on Sep 10, 2010
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- 18963. What would you do with 10 lbs of bruised tomatoes? Mixed sizes; $2.00 - barb_b - 4:43pm on 09/10/10 (8)
- Don't you can? How about making catsup or tomato sauce? [NT] - Curious1 - 5:16pm on 09/10/10
- I would roast them and then freeze in small bags to add to sauces. [NT] - AngAk - 5:53pm on 09/10/10
- Cut each in half, squeeze seeds out, freeze on cookie sheets and bag for later use [NT] - CathyZ from Kauai - 6:59pm on 09/10/10
- Or make gazpacho for now. Run the rest through a food mill and freeze the puree. [NT] - Joe - 7:05pm on 09/10/10
- Funny you should mention that. I just told DH at dinner that I need him to come to the market - Barbara in VA - 7:52pm on 09/10/10
- Sometimes several of my friends and I will split a basket of the - Melissa Dallas - 10:06pm on 09/10/10
- I put my soft or bruised tomatoes in very hot water, when the skins crack - KarenNoCA - 8:17pm on 09/10/10
- Thanks,... I will check to see if they have any tomorrow. Appreciate the ideas [NT] - barb_b - 10:23pm on 09/11/10