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Default Why does cooking tomato sauce change its taste?

Does anybody happen to know anything about taco sauce?

I scored 30 pounds of Taco John's mild taco sauce recently when one of
the local food banks ceased operation.

I decided to use some of that, instead of enchilada sauce when I made
a big pot of chicken pozole yesterday.

I tasted the taco sauce before using it and I thought that it tasted
too much like tomatoes and was too vinegary.

But after simmering the sauce for an hour, it doesn't taste like
tomatoes any more.

What I want to know is *why*?

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