Question about Vacuums
If it is not perfectly sharp, it will not peel a tomato regardless of technique. Also, it really depends on the tomato; a firm, not overly ripe tomato is your best bet. Blanching the tomato (briefly dipping it into boiling water and then quickly into cold water) helps release the skin for easier peeling as well. As to pressure, you can discover if that makes a difference by experimenting on your first good tomato. Farmerbear
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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