My COVID-19 garden


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We have given away a lot of tomatoes and processed about 68 quarts both canned and frozen. We cook the tomatoes in a large pot in the oven for 3 hours when processing then run them thru the food mill removing the seeds and skin. We stur the pot once an hour at a temp of 285 degrees there are about 8 quarts of tomatoes cooked at a time with 6 oz of extra virgin olive oil with a table spoon of salt and pepper. This is the best tasting tomato anything I have ever tasted.
 

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Curious... when do you expect your first frost? and do you plant a fall garden?
 
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First frost in my area Brantford, ON Canada is anytime now. Certainly have one in September and more until 24 May next year.
 
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This is my COVID-19 garden no fall garden planned we’ll keep picking tomatoes for a couple weeks probably. Right now I’m in the process of putting wheel weights on my John Deere 790 tractor getting ready for garden removal.
 
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