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What Do I Use to Separate Tomato Peel & Seed From Pulp & Juice?

By Michael Logan ; Updated September 21, 2017
Turning home grown tomatoes into juice, sauce and other preserved products is one way to keep garden produce throughout the year.
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Put tomatoes through a specialized strainer called a food mill. The food mill separates seeds and skins from the juice and pulp. Some models are turned by hand, while other are driven by a motor.


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