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Weston Tomato Press (Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer)
Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer features large one gallon capacity white hopperm one multi-purpose stainless steel screen for apples & tomatoes, suction cup base to mount to surface. White stomper included and  C-clamp mount included.
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Item No. 07-0801

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The Weston Tomato Press separates seeds and skins from soft fruits and vegetables. This strainer is your best friend for home canning and pasta making. Use it to make apple sauce, tomato purees, fresh juices, salsa, baby food, jam, and more. Endorsed by food writer Michael Ruhlman as an "excellent food strainer and sauce maker."
Features
  • Simply turn the handle - The seeds & skins separate from the puree
  • Save time when canning & preserving
  • Extra-large, approximately 1 gallon, capacity hopper
  • Easy turn handle
  • Includes one multi-purpose stainless steel screen for apples & tomatoes
  • Stays in place on counter with suction cup mounting
  • Also includes C-clamp for additional mounting options
  • Includes stomper to safely apply extra pressure


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Pumpkin Screen for Weston Manual Tomato Strainer Berry Screen for Weston Manual Tomato Strainer Tomato Strainer Suction Cup Body (Part for 07-0801) Salsa Screen for Weston Manual Tomato Strainer
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One stainless steel screen for straining pumpkins and other squash, for use with the Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer One stainless steel screen for berries for use with the Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer Diagram showing Replacement metal base for body of 07-0801 tomato press connects the body to the suction cup One stainless steel screen for pureeing, for use with the Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer
Tomato Strainer Suction Cup (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Screen Screw (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Standard Screen (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Drive Shaft ASSEMBLY (Part for 07-0801) - Includes Shaft, Spring, Clip & O-Ring
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Diagram showing Replacement suction cup for 07-0801 tomato press adheres the press to your countertop Diagram showing Replacement screen screw for 07-0801 tomato press, which fits into the metal screen and secures it to the metal body of the press Diagram showing Replacement metal screen that comes standard with 07-0801 tomato press Diagram showing Replacement drive shaft assembly includes metal shaft piece, spring that goes over shaft, e-clip for securing the shaft into the body, and rubber o-ring for behind the e-clip
Tomato Strainer Standard Spiral (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Drive Shaft Spring (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Body (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Stomper (Part for 07-0801)
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Diagram of Replacement plastic auger for 07-0801 tomato press fits inside the screen Diagram of Drive Shaft replacement part for 07-0801 tomato press fits inside the spring Diagram showing Replacement metal body for 07-0801 tomato press Diagram showing Replacement plastic stomper for 07-0801 tomato press allows you to press food into the auger safely
Tomato Strainer Handle (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer C-Clamp (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Waste Funnel (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Splash Guard (Part for 07-0801)
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Diagram of Replacement metal handle for 07-0801 tomato press Diagram showing Replacement metal c-clamp for 07-0801 tomato press which secures the press to your countertop Diagram showing Replacement plastic waste funnel for 07-0801 tomato press attaches to the end of the screen Diagram showing Replacement plastic splash guard for 07-0801 tomato press adheres around the screen and funnels puree down into a bowl
Grape Spiral for Weston Manual Tomato Strainer Tomato Strainer Hopper (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Shaft O-Ring (3 Pack) (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Shaft E-Clip (Part for 07-0801)
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One red grape spiral for seperating skin and seeds of grapes for use with the Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer Diagram showing Replacement plastic hopper for 07-0801 tomato press fits over the body for loading tomatoes before pressing Diagram of Set of replacement o-rings for 07-0801 tomato press, includes 2 spare rings for a total of 3 Diagram of E-clip replacement part for 07-0801 tomato press fits around the shaft behind the spring
Tomato Strainer Suction Cup Lever (Part for 07-0801) 4 Piece Manual Food Strainer & Sauce Maker Accessory Kit Tomato Strainer Screen Gasket (3 Pack) (Part for 07-0801) Tomato Strainer Plastic Bushing (Part for 07-0801)
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Diagram of Replacement lever for 07-0801 tomato press locks into the body for raising & lowering the suction cup base Set of 4 attachments for the Weston Sauce Maker & Tomato Strainer including 3 stainless steel screens and one red grape spiral Diagram of Replacement rubber screen gasket for 07-0801 tomato press fits inside the screen to pad against the body Diagram of Replacement plastic bushing for 07-0801 tomato press fits the handle to the body & keeps juice from squirting from the handle

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 42 Write a review.

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Tomato press April 5, 2017
Reviewer: Amy from Owasso, OK US  
This has made processing tomatoes SOOO much easier.  My old hands have trouble assembling it sometimes, which is the only reason I did not give it 5 stars.

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Very pleased customer October 12, 2016
Reviewer: Patty Barthold from Lees Summit, MO US  
We are very pleased with our tomato press and are happy that the berry press was also included. They are sturdy and well made. It will be used many times in the future. Our first use saved us actually hours of extra work. :)

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Tomato Press September 19, 2016
Reviewer: Kim Sage from Donnelsville , OH US  
Best thing ever after cherry pie!  Love this press worked wonders.  Now have all my friends wanting to use it.

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Review of Weston Tomato Press August 20, 2016
Reviewer: Eileen M Fehrle  
This product was very useful in making both tomato sauce and marinara sauce. I was processing at least 10-15 pounds of tomatoes with each use.  Clean up was very easy to do. Would recommend this product.


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Nice product, needs a few tweeks August 8, 2016
Reviewer: Jeffery Boltz from Wadsworth, OH US  
The old way -  No More, great job.  I would have gave this 5 stars based on function, but a few tweeks are necessary by the engineers at Weston.
1. The suction cup wouldn't hold on my wooden table so I reverted to the clamp, which needs to be elongated to reach further, I was hanging the base over the edge.
2. The waste tube clamp "hold-downs' are plastic, I took great care not to break the ring or waste tube when assembling, I opted to leave this attached to prevent breakage.
3. This is not a "once and done" process, you HAVE to run this though more than once. I started off with 7# of Romas, and ran them through 5 times, I weighted the waste each pass. results 1st-2.5#, 2nd-1.2#, 3rd-12oz, 4th-8 oz., 5th-7oz. , I then started with 14# of Romas and measured the sauce after the first pass. I had 4#, 10 oz. of additional sauce recovered n 3 additional passes. Maybe strengthening the spring to put more pressure on the strainer engineers?


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