People often talk about canning tomatoes but did you know you can freeze them, too? If like me, you're more comfortable with freezing than canning, this is definitely a technique worth exploring. One of the benefits of this approach is that nothing is added to the tomatoes allowing the flavor to remain as close to that of a fresh tomato as possible. Also, if you don't mind having bits of tomato skin and seeds in your sauce, you can skip the blanching, peeling, and deseeding, and simply cut up and puree your tomatoes. The below process will take 2-3 hours depending on the amount you are freezing but will feel well worth it when enjoying those summer flavors in the middle of winter.