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September 8, 2008

Sauce Master Fruit and Vegetable Strainer

Canning is very satisfying, especially when you rest your eyes on many jars full of food from your garden. However, and this is a major however, it takes way too long. Who has time to preserve their harvest when we have to spend so much time working? It's hard enough just getting a garden going.

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The Sauce Master is one item I wish I had had this summer. It's not too late to benefit from it, though, given all the foraging still to be done.

This contraption promises to cut my canning time in half by eliminating coring and peeling of fruits and vegetables. If I didn't have to dip the tomatoes in boiling water for 60 seconds, then peel them, then get the seeds out, then crush them with a potato masher while they heated up, I could can five times as much sauce, go into business and quit my day job. And, I don't have to plug the Sauce Master in so, if the power goes out, the canning will go on. Great name and reasonable price considering what it helps you accomplish. At Johnny's Seeds for $52.00.

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Posted by Mary Ellen at September 8, 2008 6:15 AM
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