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Hello! I am thinking about making tomato juice this year and I would like to use the entire tomato. I have Early Girls and if my polish linguist survives the EB I will add some for thickening since hubby likes thick juice. I wanted to avoid peeling and seeding and thought maybe there is a blender that will pulverize these adequately for a thick juice? My MIL has a Vitamix she swears by, but she lives in another state so I cannot try hers out. I thought I would get opinions if anyone uses a blender/juicer in this fashion and how does your machine hold up?
 

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Hello! I am thinking about making tomato juice this year and I would like to use the entire tomato. I have Early Girls and if my polish linguist survives the EB I will add some for thickening since hubby likes thick juice. I wanted to avoid peeling and seeding and thought maybe there is a blender that will pulverize these adequately for a thick juice? My MIL has a Vitamix she swears by, but she lives in another state so I cannot try hers out. I thought I would get opinions if anyone uses a blender/juicer in this fashion and how does your machine hold up?
Blender and juicer are good options.
 

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Slow juicers are said to increase the amount of juice that is squeezed out as well as retain as many vitamins as possible. In addition, a recipe that my family often applies is tomato juice pressed with honey. This is a great recipe for a busy day that's not less nutritious
 
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