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Good food from bad tomatoes

 
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How to make tasty treats from tomatoes that are less than perfect.



this popped up in my inbox today.  

That site has a whole bunch of tomato related recipes this week, but I think this one for tomato creamsicles, is the weirdest.

 
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That is a great chart, though I didn't know there were bad tomatoes!  I thought it was odd that the tomato creamsicles recipe doesn't have any directions.
 
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Anne Miller wrote:That is a great chart, though I didn't know there were bad tomatoes!  I thought it was odd that the tomato creamsicles recipe doesn't have any directions.



ops, I linked to the article, no the recipe.  The directions should be there.
 
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