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Offline johnnytuinals

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Stanislaus tomato Magic
« on: June 29, 2020, 08:55:30 PM »
Tried Tomato Magic for the first time today and find it to be the best YET.
Added nothing to the sauce.
Anyone tried it???...……………..JT

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2020, 09:56:21 PM »
Tried Tomato Magic for the first time today and find it to be the best YET.
Added nothing to the sauce.
Anyone tried it???...……………..JT

I use about 10 cans a week here at work. Love it.

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2020, 04:05:13 AM »
Stanislaus is dangerous, try it once and you're hooked for life.

The only two I haven't tried are tomato magic, and VALOROSO.

Seems like Valoroso would be perfect for Detroit style, gonna order some online
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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2020, 01:42:54 PM »
Stanislaus is the best it needs nothing maybe a small amount of salt.

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2020, 10:48:40 PM »
Stanislaus is dangerous, try it once and you're hooked for life.

The only two I haven't tried are tomato magic, and VALOROSO.

Seems like Valoroso would be perfect for Detroit style, gonna order some online

I've tried the Valoroso... blended them up and used them for sauce?? Tasted exactly like Tomato Magic to me... I think they are the same tomatoes... whole.

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2020, 10:52:14 PM »
I have nooooo idea if they are the same Tomatos.
Buttttt Like the Tomato Magic and as of now they are my #1(with nothing added}...………..JT

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2020, 07:16:27 AM »
I've tried the Valoroso... blended them up and used them for sauce?? Tasted exactly like Tomato Magic to me... I think they are the same tomatoes... whole.
Interesting, my restaurant depot doesn't sell Valoroso.

Alta Cucina and 7/11s do taste different imo, 7/11s being more forward and bold.
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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2020, 11:20:33 PM »
Interesting, my restaurant depot doesn't sell Valoroso.

Alta Cucina and 7/11s do taste different imo, 7/11s being more forward and bold.

7/11 and Tomato Magic are the same tomatoes... one with skin and one without. So that means the 7/11 would taste like Valoroso and not the Alta Cucina. I really think 7/11, TMG and Valoroso are all the same tomato. At least to my taste buds. :)

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #8 on: July 02, 2020, 09:32:37 AM »
7/11 and Tomato Magic are the same tomatoes... one with skin and one without. So that means the 7/11 would taste like Valoroso and not the Alta Cucina. I really think 7/11, TMG and Valoroso are all the same tomato. At least to my taste buds. :)

I have no doubt that they are all the same tomatoes. If you look at the descriptions of each product, some are ground, some are strips, some are peeled, some are pureed, some are thicker, etc... but, all from the same tomatoes from the same fields.

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #9 on: July 02, 2020, 10:19:50 AM »
I gotta give tomato magic a try. Always wanted to mix tomato magic mixed with some ac

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #10 on: July 02, 2020, 09:10:12 PM »
7/11 and Tomato Magic are the same tomatoes... one with skin and one without. So that means the 7/11 would taste like Valoroso and not the Alta Cucina. I really think 7/11, TMG and Valoroso are all the same tomato. At least to my taste buds. :)


I think 7/11 taste different then Tomato Magic...……...JT

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #11 on: July 02, 2020, 10:30:12 PM »
I have no doubt that they are all the same tomatoes. If you look at the descriptions of each product, some are ground, some are strips, some are peeled, some are pureed, some are thicker, etc... but, all from the same tomatoes from the same fields.

Steve, I used to think that too.  I don't know if you have tried their valoroso whole peeled tomatoes, but that one product but it is interesting.   There is quite a difference between it and their other whole peeled tomato offering the Alta Cucina.  On the website the say one is plum and one is pear.   The Alta cucina seem to be treated with more citric acid, so they are tangier and they have a lighter fresher taste.  The Vaolorso are richer tasting and maybe a little less sweet with a strong presence with a darker color.  They are a little bit more like an Italian tomato to me, but definitely their own thing.  Its a great company with the most solid consistency of any tomatoes that I have done my yearly testing on, and I sample quite a few brands regularly.

Johnnytuinals, You definitely can't go wrong with tomato magic, im glad you discovered them!  Most years I blend three different tomato products for my sauce at work, and if I can only bring one with me to cook outside of the restaurant I grab the tomato magic.  They work for just about everything.  Sometimes I think they are a touch too thick, but for a quick cooked sauce or pizza they really are great even on their own without blending.
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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #12 on: July 03, 2020, 12:07:13 AM »

I think 7/11 taste different then Tomato Magic...……...JT

Maybe because of the skins?? No idea... what I DO know.. is they are the SAME tomato. I've talked with people from Stanislaus and they confirmed it for me.

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #13 on: July 03, 2020, 12:37:15 AM »
Maybe because of the skins?? No idea... what I DO know.. is they are the SAME tomato. I've talked with people from Stanislaus and they confirmed it for me.

Straight from Stanislaus' website:

"The secret is that most “vine-ripe” aroma volatiles are found in the velvety layer just below the tomato’s skin. So grinding unpeeled tomatoes for 7/11® retains maximum fresh vine-ripe aroma."

So there you have it. Tomato Magic are crushed peeled tomatoes, 7/11 are crushed unpeeled tomatoes.

https://stanislaus.com/scratch-products/#1557519059267-e24800e0-1ad9

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #14 on: July 03, 2020, 09:27:53 PM »
Maybe because of the skins?? No idea... what I DO know.. is they are the SAME tomato. I've talked with people from Stanislaus and they confirmed it for me.

I have No clue who told you what at Stanislaus.
Too me both the 7/11 and Tomato Magic taste different.
The 7/11 taste good but the Tomato Magic taste much better and I will be buying tomato Magic by the case
and will pass on the 7/11...………...JT

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #15 on: July 04, 2020, 10:48:12 PM »
Straight from Stanislaus' website:

"The secret is that most “vine-ripe” aroma volatiles are found in the velvety layer just below the tomato’s skin. So grinding unpeeled tomatoes for 7/11® retains maximum fresh vine-ripe aroma."

So there you have it. Tomato Magic are crushed peeled tomatoes, 7/11 are crushed unpeeled tomatoes.

https://stanislaus.com/scratch-products/#1557519059267-e24800e0-1ad9

I know. That's why I said, and I quote... "Maybe because of the skins??"  ;)

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Re: Stanislaus tomato Magic
« Reply #16 on: July 04, 2020, 10:49:57 PM »
I have No clue who told you what at Stanislaus.
Too me both the 7/11 and Tomato Magic taste different.
The 7/11 taste good but the Tomato Magic taste much better and I will be buying tomato Magic by the case
and will pass on the 7/11...………...JT

Like I said... maybe it's because of the skins on the 7/11? Maybe the skins give the tomatoes a flavour that is not preferable to you. I've used both and I can't tell the difference, but your tastebuds might be more discerning than mine. :)

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