June 4, 2008

Tomato Machines - Juice and Strain Those Tomatoes


We've been wondering what we would do with all of the tomatoes we've been growing towards the end of the Summer, and now we have our answer - JUICE EM! We've always got more than we can eat in a salad and this tomato juicer and strainer might do the trick.

Available in multiple sizes and configurations to meet the needs of restaurants, caterers, working farms and home canning, OMRA vegetable mills remove the seeds and skin from a variety of fruits and vegetables, yielding smooth puree ideal for soups, sauces and preserves. The OMRA tomato machines are wildly popular and one of the only brands of Italian made "spremipomodoro" available in the US. These things can turn out up to 800 pounds per hour of vegetable puree madness, so we think we'll be all set at the end of the Summer when tomato picking begins.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 4, 2008 9:09 AM
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i would like to buy one tomato juicer machine.
.and we need it to be delivered to sharjah UAE.can you please quote it for me.


Posted by: nabil hankache at March 5, 2009 4:18 PM
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