A couple days ago, Wilma and I picked a load of Tomatoes and Green Beans. There weren’t enough tomatoes to can much juice, but there was enough green beans to prepare for freezing. Wilma tipped and snapped them, I guess that’s what you call it, and I prepared them and put them in the vacuum packed bags for freezing. It turned out we had enough beans to put up 3 large meals. This winter we will see how delicious they taste.
This morning I went out to the garden and picked some more Green Beans and Tomatoes.
Combining the tomatoes from the other day and those of today, I decided it was time to try my luck at canning some tomato juice.
Going back in time on our Blog to August 28, 2011 when we were at Greg and Charlotte’s home. Greg showed us how he makes his tomato juice.
From the garden, to the juicer to the jars.
Today, remembering what Greg had taught me, and with some advice from Wilma, I was able to produce my very first batch of Tomato Juice. A full 5 quarts with a sampling cup that was left over. And here is the finished product!
Looks pretty good if I may say so myself! I can just imagine how good it’s going to taste this Winter. Mmm Good.
A very special “Thank You” goes out to Greg and Charlotte for their hospitality and instructions on how to make this delicious juice.
Until next time, be safe and God Bless.