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Re: Tomatoes

And have only the very faintest taste of tomato...sort of like red
tennis balls in texture and taste IMO.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> Just now on the tube there was one of those reports that local 
> television airs to convince you they are hip to your concerns. This
> had to do with the Great Tomato Shortage of 2004-5. The footage
> TV has to have film to distract from airhead reporting and its
> boosterisms] showed a company packing tomatoes to ship, presumably,

> north. They were nice looking fruits, about the size of a baseball.
> about the color of a split-leaf philodendron. No wonder they're
> when you get them.

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