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    Outstanding

    Looks like your on your way to having more fun in the kitchen

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    the good (?) thing is that now i have this wa-petty and can peel tomato so easily..... I hate tomato skin, and certainly this ability to peel is not going to make it any better (I'll avoid tomato skin like a plague).

    If there is any tasty recipe to eat raw a tomato with skin on, let me know !

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    The only way I eat tomatoes is if it's tomato sauce on pasta or pizza sauce!

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    Thank you Sara for this wonderful thread! Your experiences make me smile!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara@JKI View Post
    If there is any tasty recipe to eat raw a tomato with skin on, let me know !
    Just good ole' BLT sandwich!
    BTW, your food looks outstanding!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara@JKI View Post
    the good (?) thing is that now i have this wa-petty and can peel tomato so easily..... I hate tomato skin, and certainly this ability to peel is not going to make it any better (I'll avoid tomato skin like a plague).

    If there is any tasty recipe to eat raw a tomato with skin on, let me know !
    With extra virgin olive oil and salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    With extra virgin olive oil and salt.
    Yip.

    ... I'd add fresh basil leaf and cracked pepper.

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    Now I think about it, I can actually eat heirloom tomatoes with skin... but when it comes to any other tomatoes, I'm fearful of skin.

    I will try BLT sandwich, and with extra virgin olive oil and salt... these sound really good. Should I also prepare mozzarella??

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    Really?!?!? Tomato skins? All I ever see you eat is salads haha... Never knew about the skin part. You better keep the petty for when those tomato plants fruit...

    -Chuck

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    Tomato, mozzarella, balsamic reduction, basil. Put it on a triscuit or crostini or even by itself

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