tomato juice


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

tomato juice

1. Literally, juice from a tomato. My grandfather loves to drink tomato juice, but I can't stomach it. I think this Bloody Mary needs some more tomato juice.
2. slang Blood, especially from a boxer. (This phrase is likely related to the term "tomato can"—an exceptionally poor boxer.) Look at that fool, leaking tomato juice all over the ring already!
See also: juice, tomato
References in periodicals archive ?
This is the first study to demonstrate that dietary intake of tomato juice reduces systemic inflammation in obese and overweight females.
Those drinking tomato juice had quicker levels of muscle recovery and their glucose levels returned to normal faster after strenuous exercise.
You can be a decent bartender without imbibing alcohol ( it's also good for the bar's bottomline!), but you'll be a failure if you fumble with your tomato juice.
Add the tomato juice, season with salt, pepper and cumin, and reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
The juice and residue (covers and seeds) resulting from the obtainment of tomato juice were analysed for the following heavy metals content: Pb, Cd, Cu, Zn.
Making tomato juice by pureeing the tomatoes, multi-colored varieties like the Purple Cherokee are not ideal because, while they are delicious to eat, the pureeing process will yield a brownish, mud-like juice.
and Canada for the company's vegetable juice drinks including V8 and Campbell's tomato juice. The agreement is effective immediately, with CCE and potentially other Coca-Cola bottlers distributing the beverages from September.
Surely, you're better off with two half-cup servings of broccoli, carrots, spinach, peas, or asparagus than with a salty glass of (mostly) tomato juice.
She said she had tomato juice all over her face and clothes.
Tokyo, Japan, May 13, 2006 - (JCN) - Japanese food conglomerate Kagome has discovered that tomato juice provides beneficial effects against bronchial asthma (BA).
Add tomato juice, tomato sauce, vegetable broth, or water to a depth of an inch, and allow this to simmer for 10 minutes.
Foods with lots of sodium include tomato juice, canned soup, pickles, pretzels, and pizza.
Big Tom spiced tomato juice, by The Creole Drinks Company, counts HRH Prince Philip amongst its legion of fans.
It can be an effective replacer for tomato solids in such products as tomato paste, tomato puree, tomato juice and tomato powder.
They are cooked in fresh organic tomato juice. For more information, visit edenfoods.com.