Homemade Tomato Juice

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Making and canning tomato juice using the water-bath canner. It is a little thicker than most juices. Think orange juice with pulp...this is tomato juice with pulp. If you don't like it this thick, simply do not mash the tomatoes through the strainer....just let them drain. But, this is how we like it and it's a family favorite!




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Thank you for this. I am canning for the first time and I just used this to can my juice. I was so glad to find a simple "grandma's way" type video, I appreciate this a lot more than the longer higher definition videos I had to sit through before finding this. (I did add the lemon juice, but otherwise did exactly as you did.) Here's to another 30 years of this method working!

Author — Mila Haze

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You made my day with this simple video.. It reminds me so much of how my own Grandmother made her juice. I will be using this recipe exactly and following you.. Indiana

Author — Linda Dilts

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Thank you for this. I'm glad you put this on Youtube, I wish my grandma could've captured her old recipes on Youtube, they are lost forever. A lot of younger people like me never learned canning, it's becoming a lost art. We need videos like this to remember and preserve recipes.

Author — neoasura

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This video is so nice. Short and to the point with clear instructions. Thank you!

Author — Heather Bolser

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If it’s good enough for grandmother it’s the best for us all! Thank you 🙏 Dear for this. My youngest son has brought home a tomato 🍅 plant for pass 3 years at school. Two of those years I have been giving away tomato’s. It just hit me how much my family loves Macaroni and Tomato juice with hamburger meat, fire roasted diced tomato’s, plenty of pepper, butter and peppercinis and some of the peppercinis juice. Delicious 😋, and that’s store bought, I can only imagine the taste of Homemade juice! Love and Light!!

Author — Construct OverLoad!

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Thankyou for sharing. Quite amazing because this is the same way I make my tomato juice and can it. .... and I got the canning process from my wife's mum. Somethings just hold the test of time don't they?

Author — Robert Sababady

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Thank you for your video. I tried to make a batch (and unfortunately added the lemon juice in. Bleh!). I saw my juice separate and wanted it to stay thick looking. How did you keep your tomato juice from separating?

Author — Aja Mitchell

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Excellent! Can I leave out the salt? Also, do you can the rest of it or does it all boil down? Thank you young lady! 2021 will be my best year yet!

Author — Lobster Mania

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There is a much easier way of doing it, core the tomato's, add all ingredients (some sugar and salt are important ) to cooking pot and simmer for around 20-25 mins, then cool and add to a blender, add additional water and there you go, fresh tomato juice, that way you do not lose any of the goodness, and tomatoes contain nutrients and minerals great for hair, eyes and heart amongst other things, I also recommend rich, flavourful passata (sieved tomatoes )for sauces and soup.

Author — Shawn Tipton

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This is how I do my tomato juice and I have never lost a jar. But then it does not last long enough to go bad! But I do add several drops of haberano pepper sauce to it, as my family likes the spice. Thanks for a great video!

Author — Debbie LaGrange

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I make delicious tomato juice from one 6 oz can of organic tomato paste (I use Costco Kirkland or Whole Foods 360). I add 6 cups of water and 1 heaping tablespoon of celery salt. Mix well, refrigerate and enjoy.

Author — David Andrews

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thanks for sharing. I did learn something about taking the rings off after completely cooled to better see if a jar has gone bad.

Author — Nancy Boyers

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thank you for sharing. you did a wonderful job

Author — crossing

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If I wanted to make the juice but not can for long term storage, could I skip the boiling in the jar part? And how long would it stay fresh in the refrigerator? I only have enough tomatoes left to make one jar for Bloody Mary's

Author — Shelli

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I stay confused about canning and water bathing times. I live in an area of 4475-5000’ altitude. Can anyone tell me the correct amount of time for my altitude. I tried looking it up, but I guess I’m just dumb. I raw packed homegrown tomatoes today. 7 quarts and 3 pints plus 4 pints of juice. I did the water bath for 110 minutes. I salted the tomatoes slightly before putting them in jars and added some citric acid. I did a batch of pint tomatoes a week ago and only did them for 45 minutes. Now, I’m wondering if I should throw them out. I wish I had a canning buddy.

Author — E Wood

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I do mine the same way..no lemon juice

Author — Lisa Williams

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Interesting I never take off the ring that’s good idea.Thank you.

Author — Y.B.

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This is same way my mother showed me as a child and it's how I can my juice thanks for sharing have a bless day

Author — Mary Woodard

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Do these have to be refrigerated after ?

Author — Daisy Guillen

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Enjoyed the video. Your video gave me all the information I needed, thanks, and by the way, glad you're not ashamed of the gospel. Be blessed too.

Author — BarnShop Productions