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August 01, 2012

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Wendy

Can it really be that easy? Will have to try it some time. Probably not this year though. After such a cold, grey summer, I'll be surprised if I get any tomatoes!

Holly B-M

this looks lovely and an easy way to use my tomatoes! your blog is stunning - I love your photography.

Beth

Oh... we do this year after year and the method really is BRILLIANT! We like to throw the tomatoes into our stews or sauté them with other veggies. A great treat, especially when the stores are shipping theirs in from South America come January.

Elaine

I love this idea AND your actual writing about it. I hope to have enough tomatoes to fill a ziplock bag in a couple of weeks. Picked the first ripe one, yesterday. Hurrah.

filterfish

You could use a vacuum cleaner to suck more air out.

kathryn elliott

Oh so this does work, now that is brilliant to know. I can't wait for a glut of harvests, in order to ziploc can them.

Zole

Hot tip on ziplock air removal - half fill your sink with water and put the bag in there with the opening above the water, obvs. The weight of the water will force out almost all of the air.

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