Welcome to installment three of "What the Heck Wednesday." Today we're going to take a look at Thrive Tomato Powder.
Thrive Tomato Powder is meant to replace a variety of tomato products: diced tomatoes, tomato paste, tomato sauce, pasta sauce, tomato soup and pizza sauce. You can use it to make the sauce for your favorite lasagna, give your taco meat a boost, thicken up your favorite chili recipe and make your minestrone soup unforgettable.
Each #10 can hold the equivalent of just over 110 (yes, one hundred and ten) cups of tomato sauce. That's about 63 15oz cans. How much space would 63 large cans of tomato sauce take up in your pantry? A #10 can costs $31, which coverts to about $0.50 per large can of tomato sauce. I don't know about you, but I usually pay $0.65 per can for the generic tomato sauce at our local grocery store, double that if I want the quality stuff. In addition to space and money savings, Tomato Powder reduces waste - both in packaging and food thrown in the trash. I frequently cook dishes that only need one or two tablespoons of tomato paste, and that often means that the rest of the can ends up in the garbage can. With Thrive Tomato Powder, I measure out just what I need and know that the rest of my opened container will last for a whole year on my pantry shelf.
So the next time you are adding stuff to your Q shipment, or placing a hostess benefit order to get your free food, add a #10 of Tomato Powder. I'm sure you'll be as happy with it as I am! Oh wait, you don't get free food from Thrive? Contact me and I'll get you hooked up!