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Small Batch Tomato Sauce

Tomatoes are definitely my happy place and lord knows I definitely grow enough of them. I am proud to only grow heirloom tomatoes. They are open pollinated and I am able to save the seeds year or year which is a huge win in my books. Plus I get to make my very own small batch tomato sauce which is so much better than the stuff you get from the store. Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. When I say I grow heirloom tomatoes, I mean I GROW heirloom tomatoes. This year alone grew in my backyard the following varieties: Black Krim Sunrise Bumblebee Pink Brandywine Black Brandywine Yellow Brandywine San Marzano Great White Black Beauty Pineapple Green Zebra Damsel Tye Dye Costoluto Fiorentino Lucid Gem Brad’s Atomic Grape Purple Russian Currant Tomatoes Plus there was the mystery tomatoes, one which grew in the middle of the lawn and two from the compost! So as you can see I have quite a variety! With so many different types of tomatoes each batch of sauce is unique. This…

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