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A closer look at Thrive Life Tomato Powder
This tomato powder is so dang versatile! And easy.
It’s as easy as dumping some water and tomato powder into whatever you’re cooking and no one can tell the difference.
In fact, I love the freeze dried tomato powder so much that it made the cut for my top 12 items I keep in my food storage.
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Best Ways to Use Tomato Powder:
- Use it as a base for your chili
- Create your own amazing spaghetti sauce for all that pasta you’re storing!
- Blend it into a vinaigrette
- Literally anything that calls for tomato juice, tomato sauce, or tomato paste
Melanie's Notes on Tomato Powder:
3 reasons I store this:
- Food storage is usually more expensive than buying normal food from a grocery store. You typically pay for the freeze drying process. But with tomato powder, it comes out to be about the same price (sometimes cheaper) as the grocery store .
- It has a 25-year shelf life!
- It’s a total space-saver. Rather than storing a million cans of tomato sauce and tomato paste, I’m able to store a very small version of it that I just need to add water to.
I don’t know about you, but I can’t find one good reason NOT to store this.
These just might be the easiest scrambled eggs you’ll ever make.