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Roma Food Strainer and Sauce Maker for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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- Tomato Press & Sauce Maker separates skin and seeds from pulp
- Includes stomper and stainless steel multi-purpose screen (1.5 mm)
- Extra large capacity hopper
- Dual-mount system: suction cup base or C-clamp
- Simply Turn the Handle...and the Seeds & Skins Separate from the Puree
- Extra-Large Capacity Hopper
- Easy Turn Handle
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|Dimensions||14.9 inches x 7.9 inches x 12.9 inches||20 inches x 12 inches x 8.5 inches||5.75 inches x 6.25 inches x 6.25 inches||6 inches x 6.3 inches x 5.8 inches|
|Item Package Weight||4.19 pounds||4.3 pounds||1.05 pounds||1.11 pounds|
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Roma Food Strainer and Sauce Maker for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Bring the fresh taste of home-grown tomatoes out of the garden and into your kitchen with the Weston Tomato Press & Sauce Maker. There is nothing like hearty, fresh tomato sauce and who knew it could be so simple to make. With the turn of the crank, you can easily separate the seeds and the skins of your garden tomatoes, leaving you with pure, all natural, preservative free juice, perfect for sauce or to drink on its own.
But tomatoes are only the beginning. The Weston Tomato Press & Sauce Maker is versatile and helps you save time when it comes to canning and preserving. Imagine fresh fruit purees over ice cream or the taste of homemade applesauce. With an extra-large capacity hopper and stainless steel multipurpose screen, you can easily make everything from mash potatoes or salsa, to jellies, jams and more.
The Weston Tomato Press & Sauce Maker is reliable and easy to use. It comes with a versatile dual-mount system so it can attach to any countertop using either the suction cup base or the included C-clamp to prevent sliding. Let us help you take your pure ingredients and turn them into an honest meal.
Enjoy your time in the kitchen with the tools that do the job right! Weston’s line of pasta and sauce products is the signature of quality that you and your family will enjoy for generations. Don’t just pass down the recipe; pass down the tools that help you bring farm to table and field to table foods into your kitchen.
- Saves time when canning & preserving
- Separates seeds from pulp
- Versatile dual-mount system: suction cup base or C-clamp
- Easy turn handle
- Includes: Stomper, extra-large capacity hopper, and Stainless steel multi-purpose screen (1.5 mm)
The best tomatoes make the best sauce. Pick garden tomatoes, remove stems and wash and quarter them into wedges.
Easy to Puree
Use the stomper to push tomatoes into the strainer as you turn the handle.
The strainer will easily separate the seeds, core and skin with no precooking necessary. Within minutes you have fresh, ready to use, puree.
Pure, All-Natural, Preservative Free foods
Looking for a way to add more wholesome, home-made foods into your diet? The Weston Tomato Press & Sauce Maker helps make this task easy. Steam garden vegetables such as carrots, squash or peas and use them to make your own baby foods. Enjoy fresh fall apples by making your own applesauce. And summer salsa is a snap. Both peppers and tomatoes puree with ease.
Fresh ingredients are the key to delicious sauces, from marinara to pesto. At Weston, we offer all of the tools you need to prepare fresh, gourmet sauces from scratch.
About Weston Brands
The mission of Weston is to fuel a movement of food traditionalists with enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food. Weston develops, markets, and distributes appliances and accessories under the proprietary Weston brand and private label brands. Products are designed for hunters, gardeners and food enthusiasts who have a passion for farm-to-table and field-to-table foods.
Top Customer Reviews
Things I like about the Roma Strainer:
* Pieces attach easily without nuts and bolts
* Seem to be rust resistant (The Back-to-Basics strainer that I bought 15 years ago had some parts that would rust)
* Plastic cone that takes the waste (seeds, core and skin) away is farther from the sauce dispenser, making it easier to have various shapes of bowls.
Things I dislike about the Roma Strainer:
* The suction cup does not hold on my smooth quartz counter-top. Nice try, but it doesn't work.
* I have a bull-nose (rounded edge) to my counter-top so the clasp doesn't work very well either - it isn't long enough to reach around the bull-nose. So, it starts wiggling fairly quickly and isn't very stable, with no way to attach it more firmly.
* The handle is much harder to turn than the old Victorio (purchased 30 years ago) or Back-to-basics (purchased 16 years ago) strainers I have previously used. As I turn the handle, the vertical support seems to wobble or bend a bit, as though it isn't very strong.
* The handle seems a bit flimsy.
* Turning the handle is stiffer with more resistance than with the other strainers I have used before. (You tire more quickly.
* I have to run the waste product through 2 x as there is a lot of good applesauce that goes out with it.Read more ›
I purchased the Roma Food Strainer after reading reviews, good and bad. It appeared to be exactly what I needed, as I've spent the last 25 years processing several hundred pounds of tomatoes annually, using the long, hot method of blanching, ice bathing, peeling, and milling my San Marzano beauties. Of course, everyone who has ever canned during the summer knows that it's always the hottest days of the year when your crops ripen, and boiling pots of water are the last thing you want to be slaving over. The Roma strainer completely eliminates that step, and I couldn't be more thrilled. From garden to sink for a quick wash, an easy slice down the middle of each tomato just to make sure there are no bad spots inside; then, into the hopper, processed through, and voilà! Ready for canning or cooking!
Now, onto the strainer itself.
My biggest concern when purchasing were the comments made about the loss of suction on the base. I have used the mill for over a week now, and removed it from my counter top (granite), and reattached at least a dozen times. I've knocked on wood as many times, in hope that it will continue to function, and so far, so good. Houston, we have suction! The mill assembles and disassembles easily, and is easy enough to clean.
The only negative that I can find, and it's easily overcome, is the quality/durability of the plastic cup that attaches to the end of the strainer assembly. I'm worried that with repeated removal and reattachment that it might eventually crack, so I've opted to leave it on permanently.
A couple of tips worth re-mentioning: As others have said, run your skins back through the mill one or two times. Quick and easy. You'll be glad you did. Also, don't try to push too much through at once. This is a great product, but it's certainly not industrial.
It is as simple as wash your fruit and veggies and drop them in. I cut them in quarters and drop them in the hopper. later I only cut them in half to test the true ability of the processing power. Not a problem for this machine. The hopper by the way is huge.
Also ordered the 4 piece accessory strainer kit and motor. Awaiting their arrival. The motor is not really needed especially if you have willing children to crank while you load the hopper. I was thinking ahead though envisioning a huge tomato/salsa garden for next year.
Bought the Roma sauce maker and 4 piece accessory kit separately which was $20.00 cheaper than the buy together offers. So do your price research and save.
Just FYI for estimates sake: it only took 4(medium) apples (baseball size) to make an entire quart of apple sauce. 8-10 small-very small roma tomatoes to make a quart of sauce. 1 mango to make a pint of sauce. and five small peaches to make a quart of sauce. I did run the pulp and skin through twice on everything. It is not necessary to so this. I was just playing to see how much I could squeeze out of each item.
The only negative thing I would have to say is watch the suction cup. At first I was awed by its suction abilities but it later lost suction twice. It works better on certain surfaces than others the smoother the better. Good on counter tops not so great on wood. How ever it does also come with the handy dandy C-clamp. So no worries.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
How do people like this thing? I was excited about and watched a lot of videos and researched a lot before I got it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Shannon
Love this ! Gave made tomato sauce and applesauce. It makes for very quick work.Published 5 days ago by Catherine Prouty
Loved it. So easy to use. Don't have to boil tomatoes especially in the summer heatPublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am very pleased with this tomato press. It did leak a very small amt where the handle inserts into the body, but not enough to be a nuisance. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Anne Keller
If you boil tomatoes and dunk them in ice water, stop it. Stop it now. Get this instead.Published 14 days ago by Matt K
Easy to set up. I've used it three times on large batches of tomatoes with no problems. Love it!Published 16 days ago by HS
Never used one but I had 6 dozen tomatoes to crush. This did a wonderful job. Easy to use. I suggest buying a bottle brush to clean the blade tube when finished using.Published 19 days ago by Scrapgamma