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Sometimes several of my friends and I will split a basket of the
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Posted to Thread #18963 at 10:06 pm on Sep 10, 2010
"overripes" at our farmer's market. They are actually just perfect right when you purchase them but need to be eaten immediately or they will be too ripe. Gazpacho is one of my favorite things to do with them too.
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- 18963. What would you do with 10 lbs of bruised tomatoes? Mixed sizes; $2.00 - barb_b - 4:43pm on 09/10/10 (8)
- Don't you can? How about making catsup or tomato sauce? [NT] - Curious1 - 5:16pm on 09/10/10
- I would roast them and then freeze in small bags to add to sauces. [NT] - AngAk - 5:53pm on 09/10/10
- Cut each in half, squeeze seeds out, freeze on cookie sheets and bag for later use [NT] - CathyZ from Kauai - 6:59pm on 09/10/10
- Or make gazpacho for now. Run the rest through a food mill and freeze the puree. [NT] - Joe - 7:05pm on 09/10/10
- Funny you should mention that. I just told DH at dinner that I need him to come to the market - Barbara in VA - 7:52pm on 09/10/10
- Sometimes several of my friends and I will split a basket of the - Melissa Dallas - 10:06pm on 09/10/10
- I put my soft or bruised tomatoes in very hot water, when the skins crack - KarenNoCA - 8:17pm on 09/10/10
- Thanks,... I will check to see if they have any tomorrow. Appreciate the ideas [NT] - barb_b - 10:23pm on 09/11/10