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Tomato sauce vs Tomato paste #5221218 07/27/14 11:21 PM
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I retired as a sales manager for a drug company. A guy from the home office came down to visit back in around 1975. He had come over from Hunts, the tomato company, and other stuff. He told me that tomato sauce was the same as tomato paste and two cans of water. I haven't bought tomato sauce since, but I think I can taste the difference. It seems to me that sauces cooked with the sauce taste a little more like tomato soup.

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Re: Tomato sauce vs Tomato paste [Re: bill oxner] #5223408 07/29/14 02:55 AM
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i think sauce has a little sugar where paste doesnt, what im cooking dictates which i use, fideo, rice, etc gets sauce, chili, gumbo, carne guisada gets paste.



Re: Tomato sauce vs Tomato paste [Re: bill oxner] #5228726 07/31/14 09:21 PM
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Always paste, and I think its got a little sugar or sweetner in it.

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