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Tomatoes, Green



These beauties, ready to become your favorite fried green tomatoes.  These are our regular slicer tomatoes harvest at their green state.  They have a tartness and not yet become typical tomato sweet.

Though in the south, fried green tomatoes are almost a staple, there are many other great uses for these wonders including: eaten raw, pickled, made into sauces, relishes and even catchup.  They are used in soups, risottos, fritters, quick breads, sliced in sandwiches and even as a substitute for sour green apples.

Nutritional Benefits

The nutritional benefits of Green Tomatoes is somewhat different, yet similar to that of ripe red tomatoes.  The following is the nutritional info for  ripe red tomatoes.

According to Health Benefit Times


  • Help for varicose veins
  • Neutralize free radicals
  • Cancer prevention
  • Speeds healing process
  • Presents premature aging
  • Tightens skin
  • Healthy diet
  • Builds muscle mass
  • Maintain eye health
  • Normal blood pressure
  • Reduces heart problems
  • Antioxidant activity
Proper Storage

Your tomatoes are best stored on the Kitchen counter.  We recommend placing them stem side down on a paper towel in a bowl, so that should any become ripe and leak, it is contained.  HOWEVER, Ripe tomatoes can be stored in your refrigerator to slow the ripening to expand their life a bit.

One thing to note is that tomatoes give off ethylene gas, which causes other fruits and vegetables in your refrigerator to ripen much faster and significantly shortening their shelf life.

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