canned foods

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With today's emphasis on freshness, it would seem basic to assume that a fresh tomato is always better than a canned one. But what about when tomatoes are out of season? Or what about when making a pasta sauce or a marinara?
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Sometimes I need to make dinner in little time and with little fuss.
There are plenty of foods that have no business being in a can.
Often overlooked are the potential toxins that could be lurking in those cans, contaminating the food, and negatively affecting people's health. For the second year in a row, I'm hosting a "No-Can-Ber" challenge to help shed light on a healthier way to spend the month, hoping to inspire some to make a positive lifestyle change
Before you turn up your nose, bear in mind that a good canned tomato product should taste much better than a "fresh" tomato in winter.
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