How To Freeze Your Tomatoes

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If there is one thing that I pride myself on in the garden is my tomatoes. I personally think that I have mastered the art of growing tomatoes. As a result, we tend to have a lot of tomatoes during and at the end of the season. We dehydrate and can most of them, however there still plenty left so I have started freezing tomatoes too.

Thankfully, the process is pretty simple and straight forward. Everything you need besides the tomatoes should already be in your kitchen. It’s easier to use and work with tomatoes which are not too ripe. I leave the over ripe ones for canning tomato sauce, that ends up saving a lot of space in the freezer.

How To Freeze Your Tomatoes
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh tomatoes
  • paper towel
  • baking sheet
  • ziploc bag
  • marker

Wash your tomatoes and remove all the stem scars using a knife this will make it easier after you freeze them. Leave them on a paper towel to dry. Place the tomatoes on your baking sheet, remembering to space them out well. Place them in the freezer to freeze until they are hard rock.

After all your tomatoes are frozen, place them in ziploc bags. You can then take the sealed bags and return them to the freezer. Store them in there until you need to use your tomatoes. A great way to keep track of when you froze them, is to mark the date on the bag.

You can watch the video below for step by step instructions…

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