Can I Freeze Fresh Tomatoes?

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You can freeze fresh tomatoes, probably for use in the winter. You need to remove the tomato skins bruises and tough parts, the squeeze of the water and the seeds and drain the tomatoes. You can then fill tem in freezer bags and vacuum fill them and freeze the bags.
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Start by slicing the tomatoes into 1/2 pieces. Lay each piece out on wax paper and freeze. Remove the pan from the freezer and put the individual pieces together in a zip lock freezer
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