When you get down to some leftovers, you could freeze the surplus
in their skins. I read about this on a gardening list when my tomato
garden was going into over production. :)
What you do is: Wash the tomatoes and let them air dry. Then
place them into large freezer bags and freeze. When the winter season is
upon us you will have instant "frozen sunshine" to add to soups, stews, and
sauces. The best part is that the skins will slip off easily when they are
half thawed - no blanching or burning necessary!
Hope this helps,
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