This delicious and healthy tomato juice is the perfect morning beverage or mixes great into a Bloody Mary!
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Preserving method: Water bath canning
Makes about 4-quart jars
When end-of-summer bounty finds you with glorious heaps of tomatoes, turn to this flavorful “new” classic recipe. The addition of one beet adds extra sweetness and superb color.
Recipe excerpted from The All New Ball® Book of Canning and Preserving, published by Oxmoor House (2016).
*Tomatoes that are very ripe and bursting with juice can be used here.
I love storing our new V8 tomato juice in our basement storage room where it’s cool and dark. If you choose not to process using the hot water bath method, you can also freeze your jars of tomato juice. Just make sure all of your jars are cool before placing into the freezer or you could end up with cracked jars. The extreme temperature change can make your jars burst, leaving you a mess to clean up. Trust me on this one. Just let them cool for a day or so. 😉
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