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Are green tomato's inedible un-rippened fruit or an altogether different variety of tomato?


 

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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 4 years ago

    They are edible, as in not harmful, but they sure don't taste very good raw off the vine. That's why they are used in cooking, which both softens them and transforms the flavor.

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Health Benefits and Best Recipes For Green Tomatoes

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