I was doing an experiment with my 6 in 1's earlier today,and I wanted to see if there would be a difference in Taste.This is the 6 in 1's ground tomatoes with the skins,bought from GFS.It's not the other chunky style,just so ya know.
I poured 28 ounces of 6 in 1's into two separate bowls.In one bowl,I left it alone,straight from the can with no changes.
In the other bowl,I used a hand held mixer and kept blending,spoon mixing,until I could not see any solids or skins left.
I have done this before,but never as MUCH as I did today.I kept blending until it was puree smooth and I could detect no skins or solids.
The change of flavor between the two was very noticeable.Tasting the 2 bowls side by side,the untouched 6 in 1's,had the original, very strong tomato flavor,taste,aroma and all.
The bowl I blended up,it changed.It tasted a lot more like a tomato soup,lost the tomato-y aroma,and it did not have the vibrant tomato taste the untouched bowl had.It tasted as if it was more acidic or bitter.
I am not sure of the terms to use to describe at times,so thats the best I can explain it.
What caused the change? Did bitter tomato acids/bitter water get released from the long amount of blending I did to make it more of a puree?Or was it something else?