The wonderful thing about tomato juice is that it can be substituted into any recipe requiring wine, broth, stock, or water. You get the added nutritional value, and often the acid from the tomatoes helps to tenderize the meat in a recipe as well. That’s what you call a bonus. A bottle of tomato juice is also much less expensive that wine, stock, or broth as well, making it the perfect substitute for making soups, stews, casseroles, or oven-braised meats. That’s what you call a double bonus.
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