how to make passata like a nun

Rosa Lanzetta’s childhood memories are full of delicious red tomatoes. As a young girl In Italy, she and her sisters wandered out into the garden, helping her parents harvest their abundant crop and making passata as they needed it. The girls would love to squeeze the tomatoes through the setaccio, a deep sieve the size of a pizza dish, and get sweet juice all over their little hands.

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