Other than Brewing > All Things Food

Starsan and tomato paste

(1/3) > >>

flars:
The quantity of tomato paste in my recipes typically will not require the entire 6 oz can.  Two months ago I tried an experiment.  After one tablespoon of paste was used I scraped down the inside of the can fairly well and sprayed with enough Starsan to form a thin layer of the solution.  Covered the can with a double layer of plastic wrap held on with a rubber band.  No mold yet.

metron-brewer:
Measure remaining out into 1 tablespoon portions and wrap in plastic wrap. Then into a ziploc and freeze.

james:
I used to always run into this problem.  Sometimes I'd freeze it but then I'd forget it was in there and open another can.

My wife bought some dehydrated tomato powder like this:
http://amzn.to/16C0mC7

It really works great and is super convenient.

tschmidlin:

--- Quote from: james on May 16, 2013, 08:17:19 AM ---I used to always run into this problem.  Sometimes I'd freeze it but then I'd forget it was in there and open another can.

My wife bought some dehydrated tomato powder like this:
http://amzn.to/16C0mC7

It really works great and is super convenient.

--- End quote ---
Does it work well as a thickener?

denny:
Get Amore tomato paste in a tube.  Fantastic flavor and easy to use and store.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version