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In many areas we’re planning our summer gardens, and that usually means we’ll include tomatoes. Perhaps, you’re planning a big harvest and want extra tomatoes for canning. Preserving tomatoes is a common chore in late summer and one that some of us do regularly. Let’s take a look at some of the best canning tomatoes. Choosing Good Canning Tomato Varieties Tomatoes that can well will have lots of meat, limited juice and, of course, lasting flavor for the best results. Consider, do you want to make sauce or put up the tomatoes whole? Perhaps chopped or sliced will work better. This is good to decide before you choose which tomatoes to grow. Another question you will need to answer at some point is whether you use a pressure cooker or just a hot water bath. As with other fruits you preserve, you’ll want all the jars to seal properly and