Category: Alternative


  • Kagalrajas says:
    How to Sow Tomato: Best sown indoors, weeks before last frost, at alternating temperatures of 68 to 86° Sow at a depth of 4X the size of the seed; Expect germination in days; Seeds can also be sown outdoors after all danger of frost is past in the spring and in a warm soil; Outdoors, sow at the same depth as indoors; How to Grow Tomato.
  • Taushakar says:
    A Tomato Supreme EP by floppie, released 08 August 1. Intro (Untitled Tomato) 2. おやすみTomato-Chan 3. Tomato's Past 4. Tomato Illusion 5. Killer Tomato 6. Eat Tomato & Drink Tomato 7. Outro (Tomato is not delicious).
  • Kazimi says:
    GREEN SAUSAGE: Green Sausage # (30 seeds) Compact, mounded plants bear loads of beautiful 4-in. long sausage-shaped tomatoes that are yellow with green stripes. Their rich, sweet flavor and firm texture make them wonderful as a specialty paste tomato. Think of using them to make a great-looking tomato sauce or a vibrantly green salsa.
  • Kilabar says:
    Preserve the tomato crop with these canning varieties, just right for drying, freezing, and saucing! Roma (also called saladette or paste) tomatoes are grown for quick harvest and use in the kitchen, usually for storage or sauces rather than fresh eating. Mid-size varieties often grown in huge clusters, these are the "vine ripened" types sold.
  • Kerg says:
    Top tomato sauces, salads, soups, sides&#;see all the 5-star recipes for tomatoes, the most versatile veggie. Basil Chicken over Angel Hair, Fabulous Wet Burritos, Stuffed Peppers My Way, Suki's Spinach and Feta Pasta, Spaghetti Sauce with Ground Beef.
  • Moogurg says:
    The classic sauce and paste tomato. Certified Organic. $ Seeds. Tomato, Big Mama Hybrid Short Description. Enormous size and flavor. $ - $ Seeds and Plants. Tomato, Little Mama Short Description. Grape-like clusters of perfect mini roma tomatoes. $ - $ Seeds and Plants.
  • Tashicage says:
    The tomato is the edible, often red, berry of the plant Solanum lycopersicum, commonly known as a tomato plant. The species originated in western South America and Central America. The Nahuatl (the language used by the Aztecs) word tomatl gave rise to the Spanish word tomate, from which the English word tomato derived. Its domestication and use as a cultivated food may have originated with the.
  • Kimuro says:
    What makes a paste tomato is not how it looks. Paste tomatoes are characterized by possessing high amounts of sugars and acids (flavor), a lot of pectin, and less water than other tomato types. The higher amount of pectin, coupled with the lower amount of water makes the juice thicker and requires less time to cook down to a paste consistency.
  • Gom says:
    Fresh and flavorful tomatoes are certainly something to celebrate. From tomato soup, tomato sauce and tomato basil to topping tomatoes on pasta, salads and sides, try one of these family-favorite tomato .

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