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Just Tomatoes Just Veggies

in Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes

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5.00 / 5 (3 reviews)


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Sarah Kirkconnell
( sarbar )

Locale:
In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Just Tomatoes Just Veggies on 01/07/2007 22:04:21 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

You can find the Just Tomato line at most REI's, in natural food stores and online, thru their website, www.justtomatoes.com.

My favorite product by them is their Just Veggies blend. It comes in a small 3/4 ounce one serving pouch, a 3 ounce pouch, and a 4 ounce tub. 1/4 cup of the veggies is more than enough for one person if you are using them in a meal.

As touted, all they are is freeze dried and dehydrated vegetables, with nothing else added. While the price may appear steep for them, they are usually the most affordable freeze dried vegetables on the market, and the best packaged for multiple uses.

They are making an even better organic version now also. Munching on them like popcorn is very addicting!

James Pitts
( jjpitts )

Locale:
Midwest US
Just what they say it is... on 01/08/2007 11:37:31 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I buy these bulk, not only the "just veggies" but the corn and peas and other goodies on their own. They are a great product either on their own (as a snack dry or re-hydrated as a side dish) or as part of a recipe. The packaging for the bulk stuff is in plastic tins that are durable enough but I repackage the stuff in plastic bags.

Alan Marcum
( ammpilot )

Locale:
SF Bay Area
Delicious, Easy on 06/08/2007 17:18:03 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

Like James, I get the larger sizes and repackage for trail use. I keep this stuff at work, for a snack or, rehydrated, for lunch (added to a bowl of noodles or quick-cook rice).

I've been using Just Tomatoes products (especially Just Vegies) for a few years. A handful of vegies, 1/2 cup of couscous, some dried mushrooms and dried onions, and a bunch of spices (cinnamon, coriander, cardamom, fenugreek), a cup or so of boiling water, 5-10 minutes, and you've got a most tasty dinner.

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