Tomato Powder Power


A few years back, I discovered a great product.  I started playing with tomato powder and discovered that I could make 15 or more products from this wonderful product and for less cost: 
  •   Thousand Island, Catalina and French dressing
  •   Tomato paste, tomato sauce and tomato juice
  •   Catsup—no cook, quick, regular
  •   Sauces — enchilada, chili, cocktail, marinara, pizza, lasagna, barbeque
  •   Tomato and tomato basil soup
Another great benefit is the amount of shelf space it saves.  One #10 can of tomato powder replaces:
  •   48—8 oz. cans of tomato paste
  •   48—15 oz. cans of tomato sauce
  •   29—40 oz. cans of tomato juice
  •   12 quarts of marinara sauce.

Another great benefit is time and fuel efficiency.  Most tomato powder products are made by pouring the powder into boiling water and stirring.  No simmering—just instant product.  Just add a few spices and you are done.

I had invited a couple of young men over for dinner one night.  Unfortunately I arrived home 15 minutes before they arrived.  I quickly set the table and started  dinner.  Since I had a can of marinara sauce powder and spaghetti noodles, I decided to fix spaghetti.  While the noodles were cooking, I made a salad and spread butter and garlic on some bread.  I then brought some water to boil and stirred in the marinara sauce and some freeze-dried hamburger.  To my relief the young men arrived just as I was getting the bread out of the oven.  I had everything ready to go in less than 15 minutes.  Pretty good for a last minute meal!

After this experience, I took the powder and used it in all my old recipes for making condiments and sauces.  It worked great and was so much easier to use.  I am really excited about the many uses of tomato powder.  You too can save so much time, money and storage space.  Join me for my next class on using tomato powder.

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