Healthy,, Homemade Marinara


Homemade Marinara with fresh ingredients, from my gardens!

Healthier food choices are an important part of clean living, and I prefer to make my OWN Sauce, from my own home grown ingredients! Follow along as I show you in this short video, my recipe for making Marinara Sauce, from fresh tomato, onion, herbs, and garlic from my garden! My gardens are in New England, zone 6b/7a.

One of my earliest memories, is spending Sunday's at my granparents. We arrived early and seeing my Yia Yia (my Greek Grandmother!) making a HUGE pot of sauce for pasta happened most every weekend. Using her own fresh vegetables, herbs, and tomato was for sure, healthier cooking!


Please let me know in the comments, how do you make your pasta sauce? What else do you do with your tomato?

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Most of you know, I prefer to grow my own food, locally. It's healthier for my family, and for the planet. I know what goes into my foods, and what chemicals are NOT in my food. Also, It cuts down on carbon emissions, less trucking, planes, trains, and boats, to get fresh foods to my table.

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This looks tasty, I wish I can have a taste of it I am happy to know hat you grow your ow food

thank you...
... it is indeed very delicious

We store the Tomatoes in fridge... Even sometimes make puree refrigerat it... Watched your YouTube video of Marinara... It's tasty n healthy too.... Will try your recipe soon....

It is very healthy and lasts a long time, too!

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Hi my friend.. yup, it always tastes so much better, when you pick fresh ingredients right from your garden! Currently waiting for some coriander to seed again, before we start that process over again :).. we still gotta get a replacement basil tho.. #planned

coriander! cool. and you get both coriander and cilantro!

We eat lots and lots of tomatos in season. Just as snacks. Or in salads. Or caprese salad with the slicers. Then freeze whats left and make sauces. Every sauce is usually different 🙄 based on whats on hand and what we are using it for.

Same for us, lots fresh, and we Love making Caprése, too.
As for sauce, sometimes it is marinara, with all the veggies nearby, sometimes it is a simple sauce for using for pizza, or a base for some other sauce.

I m glad it's chemical free. We all have got to eat healthy.

I always try for fresh, natural ingredients

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