Cookbook:Tomato Juice

Tomato Juice
Eargon Tomato Juice.jpg
Category Beverage recipes
Servings 4
Energy 75 Cal (314 kJ)
Time 5 minutes
Serving Size: 12 fluid ounces (320 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount per serving
Calories 75
Calories from fat 4.5
Total Fat 0.5 g
Saturated Fat 0.1 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 91 mg
Total Carbohydrates 17 g
Dietary Fiber 4 g
Sugars 10 g
Protein 4 g
Vitamin A 26%
Vitamin C 31%
Calcium 4%
Iron 16%

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Eärgon Tomato Juice is an easy-to-make, low-sodium tomato juice. An interesting variation adds bacon substitute to add a smoky flavor and 10g of protein at the cost of a little fat and sodium.



  • 1 48-fluid-ounce (1.4 litres) pitcher or similar container


  1. Add tomato paste to container
  2. Add water
  3. Add vinegar
  4. Add black pepper
  5. Shake vigorously or stir
  6. Serve

Will last several days in a suitable container in refrigerator.

Notes, tips, and variationsEdit

  • Contents will settle over time, shake vigorously before serving.
  • Recipe is easy to customize. Some options include adding cilantro, garlic, dill weed, peppers, or a few ounces of spinach.
  • Add 3 tbsp (2 servings) of bacon substitute to add a smoky taste and 10 g of protein at the cost of a few grams of fat and 2/10 of a gram of salt.


One 12-fluid-ounce (340g) serving of the juice has only 75 calories, total fat content of 0.5 g with no saturated fat or cholesterol. Also, distinguishing it from store-bought juices, it contains about 91 mg of sodium, less than 3% of the U.S. daily recommended allowance. An off-the-shelf brand might have 420 mg of sodium in an 8-fluid-ounce portion.

This juice is a good source of vitamins and minerals. One serving provides 31% of a day's recommended Vitamin C, 26% of Vitamin A, 18% of Vitamin E, 9% of pyridoxine, 15% of vitamin K and 13% of niacin. In terms of minerals, it provides 25% of a day's potassium, 17% of manganese and copper, and 16% of iron. Additionally, one serving also has 4 grams of both dietary fiber and protein.

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