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There are several methods to preserve selfmade tomato sauce, that enables one to help to make healthy entree sauces through fresh tomato solutions and use these people throughout the year.  This can be a great way to have a very better item -- one that uses olive oil as an alternative to canola, and small sugar, for example -- than what exactly is available in mass market production.  Pasta sauce may be frozen as well as jarred (canned) for the most powerful results.  With high-acid tomatoes, a water shower may function; typically, nevertheless, pressure canning is critical.

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A good way to begin is to come up with a double  BATCH when preparing tomato marinade for noodles as part of the standard family selection.  After dinner, freeze all the leftover spices in a well-sealed fridge container.  Make sure to leave ample headspace -- room over the marinade under the sport bike helmet -- to allow with regard to expansion while it undergoes your freezing course of action.  This is a simple and easy painless way of getting extra tomato sauce into the freezer, one  BATCH at a time.  Another idea is to come up with a quadruple portion of your standard sauce and also freeze all of it in four separate pots so that just enough for one meal may be removed at a time.
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