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I love it!
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Tomato Press:
Wow!!! Great to not skin the tomatoes!!!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great Product for the Money
By Tomato King
from Apollo, PA
About Me Avid Cook
This product was easy to setup and use. I strained a peck basket of tomatoes in no time. The clean up was a breeze.
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Returned the press
from Colorado Spgs, CO
This was purchased as a gift and the person decided they didn't like it, so it has been returned.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
An awesome appliance!
By Deb summer bounty hunter
from saratoga, ny
I've wanted this product for several years. This year I used my birthday money to treat myself. I must say it's one of the best gifts I've ever given myself. I purchased a bushel of Roma tomatoes from the local farmers market and called my sister over to help. We had the whole bushel processed & bubbling away on the stove in 2 hours. If there is one area that might benefit from a small tweak: it was easiest when one person was responsible for loading the hopper while the other was the crank operator. A great tool and a good sister bonding opportunity!
By Crazy Horse Farmer
from Cheyenne, WY
Works good for tomato sauce, also works very well for apple sauce.
BIG time saver
from Ephrata, WA
Great timesaver. No need to peel tomatoes. Makes GREAT puree with Roma tomatoes. I ordered the optional screen lit from the manufacturer for use with berries/ salsa's etc. A great buy.
Love the concept
By Nana Linda
from Sandown, NH
I waited two years to purchase this product becaus of the investment, however I was very disappointed. It is hard to use because the suction cup to hold it in place does not work well. Also, the piece it self is light weight so when you try to grind things up it tips over. Assembly and breakdown were a pain also. I think I will look for one that has sturdy construction and is electric. This is the very first thing I have ever bought from Gardeners Supply that I was disappointed in.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Great time saver
By Gaelic Girl
from Winchester, NH
We belong to a CSA where tomatoes come fast and furious in the summer. I bought the Roma Tomato Press to make high volume puree for freezing. After some initial difficulties with understanding the directions for the first assembly I was off and running. I quickly processed 50 lbs of tomatoes into beautiful seedless and skinless puree. The device comes apart for easy cleanup. The device is a combination of metal and plastic and my one concern is there are a few plastic parts that could be more vulnerable to breakage rendering the press less effective. Other than that I am very pleased with the purchase.
A great product
from Chattanooga, TN
This is great if you can lots of tomatoes. There is absolutely no waste, all you have left to discard are peels and seeds.No need to peel and core them first. I just wash, quarter & place in my soup kettle with bell peppers, onion & celery, then cook. Next I run them through the Tomato Press. I then reheat the sauce, put in jars & process using a water bath.
Wish I had this years ago
By Linda the juicer
from Cumming, IA
I used this to make tomato juice that I canned for later use in soups. I like the ease in assembly and clean up is fast. You can't apply too much pressure when putting plastic parts on because it felt like they would easily break. The suction wasn't strong enough so used the clamp. Wish the catalog had the extra screens listed as optional purchase. Found them on the manufacturer website. (less $ too)
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