how many cans of tomatoes do you estimate you eat in a week?
Probably averages out at a can per week throughout the year. When we talk about cans in this house we mean tomatoes.
this thread has done me
Right got you - in that case you’ll need 52 cans (there’s 52 weeks in the year).
Hope this is of some help
It is because the maths was my real problem.
ask xylo if you can store them in his secret room
I don’t think you can actually can stuff into cans at home, can you?
Can factories are massive
I wonder why not simply eat 60 tomatoes a day?
Does seem like the easiest solution?
Thank you everyone for your help
Simply canning genuinely can’t believe it is a website. This is something off Have I Got News For You. FFS.
no can do
I’m actually in the process of investigating home canning for M’s birthday present. She has been looking into it for some time and basically something along these lines
If you’re in the UK I think there are some places that import them but it seems to be mostly a US thing.
There are UK canning machines but they seem to be more geared towards home brewing and actual cans rather than jars like All American Canner: 941 Real Life Review - YouTube
Apparently the pressure cooker can also be useful for sterilising substrate for mushroom growing which is another thing I’m looking into for birthday present
maybe you could become a tomato guy, and walk the lengths and breadths of the isle, handing out tomatoes and good cheer to one and all
Also you can never have too many tomatoes.
thats a jar mate
A jar is a type of can
is it though
no YOU can it