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Old August 20, 2020   #5
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Location: Vermont
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for most tomatoes, no matter the size, I slice across the equator and squeeze. The only exceptions are very large, meaty fruit, which get the slice and finger-scoop treatment. I will try the single slice across the bottom for cherries idea. I like the idea of reducing the squeezes by half to speed things up. I typically save seeds from around 100 varieties a year, so any time saving technique is worth a try! By the way do you all still find some use for the mushed leftover tomato flesh? Mine usually finds its way into some kind of sauce.
"Red meat is NOT bad for you. Now blue-green meat, THAT'S bad for you!"
-- Tommy Smothers

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