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    “Passata”?

    In all my years. Never heard of the stuff, and then there it is on an end cap at the grocery.

    I picked one up. But what would I do with it where it is a superior choice over all the other processed tomato products I’ve been using for the last 50 years?

    https://www.cento.com/product-catego...php#7079690011



    #2
    Sorry I cain't help ya on this one, Brother
    Previous to yer post, I had long thought a Passata was a model of automobile...

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    • smokin fool
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      That would be a VW Passat....never did like that model
      I just gotta buy cars that burn a lotta gas

    • FireMan
      FireMan commented
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      Or a Baseh ball player who was berry berry good to me!

    • Mosca
      Mosca commented
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      Passats are okay. I recently bought a VW, an Atlas. It’s pretty well thought out, but I won’t have it long enough to know if it’s really a good car.

    #3
    I really enjoy Cento products over any other tomato processor, especially their San Marzanos.

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      #4
      Its just pureed uncooked tomatoes that the seeds are strained out. Basically if you took a can of whole, peeled tomatoes and pureed and strained it, you would have passata.

      I have used it as an uncooked sauce when making pizza. Passata, salt, olive oil and microplaned garlic

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        #5
        Which grocery store, Mosca ? It would be perfect for my mother-in-law who has diverticulitis and has trouble with regular tomato products due to the seeds.

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        • Mosca
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          Weis, in Mountain Top but probably at any of them.

        • Dewesq55
          Dewesq55 commented
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          Thanks. We have 2 of them near us. I'll check it out.

        #6
        I've seen it here by other brand names, used it a few times and stopped.
        We like a more thick hearty sauce when cooking, found this too watery and in some cases kinda tasteless.
        Others may like it, to each his own.

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