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For whatever reason, the brand of tinned tomatoes I used to buy regularly had somewhat bitter-tasting seeds; the flavour was definitely present in pureed soups / sauces. I used to squeeze them all out by hand, but some still made it into my precious San Marzano tomato sauces. Then I found the perfect tool for skinning and seeding larger quantities of ...


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It is possible that the tomatoes you are using are under ripe, however could I suggest another possibility, are you using an aluminium pan? Tomatoes are acidic, and they can react with the metal in an aluminium cooking pot to change the flavour in a way that might taste unpleasant or metalic. http://noshon.it/tips/tomatoes-and-aluminu/ If it is not the ...


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From a soup/sauce perspective, the reasons you may want to remove the seeds and skin: They taste bad/different to you. You don't like the texture they add. You are trying to impress someone. I think a smoother product is nicer. If none of these bother you, don't bother. There's no reason you should't eat all of a tomato. Note To remove the skin, cut a ...



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