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Tomatoes from a dream

 
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Yet another of my odd dreams...
In the yard of my house in the dream was a big conifer tree of some sort, looked like a spruce, probably 120 feet high. It was bearing tomatoes! Huge ones. Oblong, about 12 inches across by 22 inches high. They were a pretty dry paste type. The first 8 were ripe, I could see the next group that would be ready in a week or so, about 20 of them, and the whole north side of the tree had green ones, over 100 of them.

I knew, in the dream, that one of the neat ways to serve them was to cut a slab about 2 inches thick, put it on a pizza stone, top with cheese, chopped garlic and herbs, and bake.

I was also trying to do the math in my dream for how many canning jars I'd need, I decided dehydration was going to be MUCH easier.

Get hybridizing y'all, I want one in the yard!! We'd get rich if we could breed this!!!
:D
 
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She needs a slice!
 
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One can dream ...

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Add to Carla's list: Green Tomato Mincemeat, green tomato relish, salsa...
 
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Pearl Sutton wrote:Yet another of my odd dreams...
In the yard of my house in the dream was a big conifer tree of some sort, looked like a spruce, probably 120 feet high. It was bearing tomatoes! Huge ones. Oblong, about 12 inches across by 22 inches high. They were a pretty dry paste type. The first 8 were ripe, I could see the next group that would be ready in a week or so, about 20 of them, and the whole north side of the tree had green ones, over 100 of them.

I knew, in the dream, that one of the neat ways to serve them was to cut a slab about 2 inches thick, put it on a pizza stone, top with cheese, chopped garlic and herbs, and bake.

I was also trying to do the math in my dream for how many canning jars I'd need, I decided dehydration was going to be MUCH easier.

Get hybridizing y'all, I want one in the yard!! We'd get rich if we could breed this!!!
:D



Dreams are fun lol - thanks for sharing :)
 
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