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High quality tomato paste in tubes so you can use only as much as you need.
I was extremely pleased to find that it had a very fresh taste, without the slightly burnt and "tinny" taste of canned tomato paste.
SO glad that I found this product online as I have looked all over in the grocery stores around here with no luck.
I squirt this stuff on everything from pizzas to tossed salads (in little dabs when I'm out of tomatoes) to bland soups to my homemade, from-the-garden spaghetti sauce (as a... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Wendy Tobler
I'm in a small town where for some unknown reason no local grocery store carries tomato paste in tubes. It makes no sense to waste a whole can when you need one tablespoon. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ann Marie
I chose the 5 star rating because Amore Tomato Paste met all of my expectations. ..such as: convenient individual serving tubes that can be recapped tightly and avoid spoiling as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leon Waddell
I would rate this a 10 and a normal can of tomatoe paste a -10.
This product will take your cooking to the next solar system -- not a world of difference but much... Read more
The convenience of measurement less than a 3 oz can is worth any extra cost. The tomato paste stores opened in the fridge and on the shelf unopened, so buy a box.Published 1 month ago by rdoor
We saw Rachel Ray recommend tomato paste in a tube, it made great sense as we never used it because of the waste when buying in a can. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mrs. JL
This stuff is so handy to have around. I add it to all kinds of dishes during cooking and it gives such a nice rich flavor to soups, stews, sauces, etc. It is a great product.Published 2 months ago by Mariam
I like everything about having this tomato paste in tubes except one thing: The tubes tend to crack after a while.Published 2 months ago by margretmh
I cook a lot, but I draw the line at making my own tomato paste. I also usually hesitate to buy cans of tomato paste, even small cans. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sneaky Burrito