One 28-ounce can of tomatoes equals about **10 to 12 whole tomatoes**, peeled (or about 2 pounds)

How many Tomatoes in a quart of tomato sauce?

- How many tomatoes for a jar of sauce? The NCHFP’s tomato sauce page says you need an average of 6.5 pounds per quart of sauce, so for 24 fluid ounces you’d need 4.875 pounds (4 pounds 14 ounces, or 2.2 kg).

## How many tomatoes for a jar of sauce?

The NCHFP’s **tomato sauce** page says you need an average of 6.5 pounds per quart of **sauce**, so for 24 fluid ounces you’d need 4.875 pounds (4 pounds 14 ounces, or 2.2 kg). I’ve found nutrition data saying 62g for a plum **tomato**, and Wikipedia says 57g (2 oz) for a roma **tomato**, so that’d be 35 to 39 **tomatoes**.

## Can I replace canned tomatoes with tomato sauce?

You **can** use just **tomato sauce** as a suitable **substitute** but your consistency won’t be quite right. Depending on what you’re making, you **could** probably make it work anyway. However, if you want to turn this **substitute** into a winning option, we recommend mixing some **tomato** paste with your **tomato sauce**.

## How much canned diced tomato equals one tomato?

Canned Tomato Equivalents

1 cup canned tomatoes | 1.5 cups fresh, chopped, cooked tomatoes |
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1 (16-ounce) can | 2 cups undrained, 1 cup drained |

1 (28-ounce) can | 3 cups undrained, 2.5 cups drained |

1 (35-ounce) can | 4 cups undrained, 2.5 to 3 cups drained |

1 (14.5-ounce) can | 5 to 6 small tomatoes or about 1 pound |

## How many tomatoes do you need for sauce?

Although the answers vary, a common gauge is to grow **4-6 tomato plants** per person who will consume the products (sauce, juice, etc.)

## How many tomatoes in a 400g can?

How many tomatoes in a 400g can of chopped tomatoes? You usually get **3 tomatoes** in a tin of plum tomatoes, so I presume you get the same in a tin of chopped tomatoes. no way to know since the tomatoes are chopped up. could be a bunch of little ones or a small amount of big ones.

## What can replace tomato sauce?

**Tomato Sauce Substitutes**

- Tomato paste serves as the easiest substitute for tomato sauce.
- One can substitute canned tomatoes for the sauce by blending 1 cup canned, stewed tomatoes with
**water**until it reaches a smooth consistency. - Tomato
**juice**is a good sauce substitute. - An extremely handy substitute for tomato sauce is puree.

## What can I use instead of canned tomatoes?

You **can** usually **substitute** 2 cups of fresh **chopped tomatoes** for one 14.5-ounce **can** of diced **tomatoes**. If a recipe calls for whole **canned tomatoes**, you will need to peel yours, and if the recipe calls for **canned tomato** puree, you will need to cook and puree your fresh **tomatoes**—or stick with **canned**.

## What is a good substitute for tomatoes in recipes?

**The Best Simple Fresh Tomato Substitutes**

- Skip it. The easiest and quickest option is to skip the tomato.
- Red Capsicum /
**Red Bell Peppers**. Fresh or grilled red capsicum (bell peppers) can work well instead of tomatoes because they have the beautiful red colour and sweetness that tomatoes provide. - Olives.
- Canned Tomatoes.
**Cheese**.

## Are fresh tomatoes better than canned?

That’s right: 99% of the time, **canned tomatoes** are **better than fresh**. That’s the truth. One reason is that **canned tomatoes** always have a bit of salt (and preferably only salt) added to the **tomatoes** before they get **canned**. This amplifies all of that beautiful **tomato** flavor.

## How do you make diced tomatoes like a can?

**How To Can Diced Tomatoes**

- Fresh
**tomatoes**figure on roughly 2-3/4 lbs**tomatoes**per quart jar. - Bottled lemon juice or citric acid: 2 tablespoons bottled lemon juice per quart jar or 1 tablespoon per pint jar OR 1/2 teaspoon citric acid per quart jar or 1/4 teaspoon per pint jar.
- Salt optional: 1 teaspoon per quart or 1/2 teaspoon per pint jar.

## Can you substitute diced tomatoes for whole tomatoes?

If **you do** find canned **diced** or chopped **tomatoes** (like Pomì) that don’t list calcium chloride as an ingredient, however, **you can** use them as **you would** their **whole** brethren without worrying that they’ll retain their cube-like shape no matter how long they’re simmered.

## How many times can tomatoes be harvested?

So, do **tomato** plants bear fruit more than once? Indeterminate varieties of **tomato** plants **can** bear fruit more than once, producing fruit until frost. Determinate **tomato** varieties usually only produce one **tomato harvest** in a season.

## How many tomatoes do you get from one tomato plant?

**Many** people who grow **tomatoes** ask “**How Many Tomatoes** Per **Plant** can I get?” Most produce on average about 10 pounds of **tomatoes** per **plant**. However, according to LDSprepper by following a few tips which include getting the right **tomatoes** for your area you can harvest 50 to 80 pounds per **plant**.

## How many tomatoes make a cup?

The cherry **tomato** weighs about 1 ounce, the plum **tomato** about 3 ounces, and the regular garden **tomato** weighs about 6 ounces. We then started chopping and found it took 27 to 28 cherry **tomatoes**, about 3 plum **tomatoes**, or 1.25 medium round garden **tomatoes** to reach the 1 **cup** mark.