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Unboxing and Testing Reber Raw Rutes #3 electric tomato strainer machine

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Unboxing and Testing Reber Raw Rutes #3 electric tomato strainer machine

December 22, 2023

Unboxing and Testing Reber Raw Rutes #3 electric tomato strainer machine

Hello everyone we grow a lot of tomatoes every year and can hundreds of jars each year for our food and have been doing this since I was 19 and now I’m 52. Mostly for years I did it myself but now for the past six years Bruce has been helping me. We need approximately 100 jars for my family that live here on the farm each year. That’s a 100 jars of just sauce. #rawrutes #reber #3reberrawrutes #9farms #unboxing #tomatomill #tomatoes #mill we used the Victorio for years and still have that and this year we may run both of them. We use the #nescoroaster to cook them slightly so that they soften just a wee bit to go thru the machine faster. That’s how we have don’t that for years. We the canned for spaghetti sauce it goes in the water bath canner for 45 minutes as it is a little thick. It turns out great and my family loves the sauce. Thank you
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  1. @disonesto says:

    Is the motor 120volt or 220volt. And is it 50 hertz or 60 hertz. On the label?

  2. Thanks so much!! I just put mine together and it was easy because of your video!

  3. Just unboxed mine and used your video to put mine together! Thanks so much.

  4. @cut-- says:

    Could you do a vid on what you do with the leftover ground stuff.. I have a dehydrator but I never processed the left over stuff thanks !

  5. @cut-- says:

    I bought one of these a few years ago because my garden had grown over the years and doing it with granny's hand mill was just no longer any fun.. LOVE this machine !

  6. @mpm5035 says:

    I’ve had a machine just like that for about 5 years. It worked fine until now. It started to leak oil. I thought it was only on the outside then when I finished grinding the second batch and cleaned the machine, I realized that it also leaked inside the grinder. It’s all going on the garbage now. I am so disappointed. Any suggestions???

  7. My pleasure. We are making ours tomorrow. Trying out my new Reber, same model, for the first time. Have a great weekend.

  8. Try straining the tomatoes before putting them in the hopper to get a thicker sauce. Also, you can run the waste one more time through the hopper and get more sauce and less waste. Discard the skins after the second pass.

  9. Nice. I'm Italian-American and with my grandmother supervising the entire family we'd make hundreds of jars of passata, tomato puree, every summer with a hand-crank machine. I've been using an attachment to my KitchenAid mixer and it works better than the hand-crank machine, but I have been looking to upgrade and I saw this machine in action during my last trip to Italy. I only make about 60 or 70 quarts of passata each summer so I'm not sure whether I should spend the money yet to upgrade to a new machine. I do love that you use your big electric roaster to cook the tomatoes. I have one but haven't used it for tomatoes. I'll definitely give that a try! Also, we always run the discarded skins through the machine several times. You'll get even more pulp from the tomatoes and it really adds to the flavor of whatever you're making. Did you have any problems with jamming that had to be cleared?

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