Roma Food Strainer and Sauce Maker for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

August 27, 2014 - Comment

With the Roma Food Strainer & Sauce Maker you can quickly and easily make healthy homemade sauces, jams, jellies, wines, juices and even purees for baby foods from just about any fruit or vegetable imaginable. No More Peeling or Coring! The Roma Food Strainer & Sauce Maker does it all for you! The Roma is

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With the Roma Food Strainer & Sauce Maker you can quickly and easily make healthy homemade sauces, jams, jellies, wines, juices and even purees for baby foods from just about any fruit or vegetable imaginable. No More Peeling or Coring! The Roma Food Strainer & Sauce Maker does it all for you! The Roma is so easy to set-up & use, it will become indispensable to cooks & gardeners alike. Now you can use fresh ingredients for all of your recipes & never worry about additives or preservatives again.

Product Features

  • Simply Turn the Handle…and the Seeds & Skins Separate from the Puree
  • Extra-Large Capacity Hopper
  • Easy Turn Handle
  • Includes One Multi-Purpose Stainless Steel screen
  • Dual Mounting System; Suction Cup Base or the C-Clamp Base

Comments

My Review says:

Nice try… but it doesn’t work well I have used this Roma Vegetable Strainer for making apple sauce twice. Previously I have used the Victorio strainer (very nice and sturdy, but no longer available) and Back to Basics (stronger than the Roma in my opinion, but not as good as the Victorio – it had a lot of parts to lose and was not rust resistant). The Roma is easy to put together and seems to be rust resistant, but is weak, flimsy, unstable, and doesn’t hold on my counter well with either the suction or the clamp…

MJ "MJ" says:

Not a bad gadget I’ve been using this strainer for my current cherry tomato crop (as usual, I planted way too many), and it has made short work of squishing the pulp out while separating the skins and seeds. I simply wash the tomatoes and dump them in. The only reason I give less than 5 starts is that the suction on the bottom kept releasing periodically, even when I tried sending fewer tomatoes through. I tried dampening the bottom, which helped, but it still eventually lost its grip. Also, the plastic…

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