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My Mystery Tomato Crop

October 9, 2013
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In August, I posted about how some tomato plants had grown amongst my sugar snap peas; due, I think, to seeds making their way into the veg trough via my wormery.

2013-10-09 13.07.08Once I stopped removing the plants as suspected weeds, the tomatos grew, but the fruit never got the chance to ripen, as by then the cold weather was coming in. I picked a couple green, and brought them indoors to see if I could ripen them with a banana in a bag.

This worked, so I went outside today to pick the others – only a few, I thought. Until I started rummaging about in there, especially where the tomatos were hiding in the carrot-tops.

As a result, I have somewhat more than a few. Deciding whether to simply leave them in a bowl with other fruit, to ripen, or whether to try some of the green tomato recipes people have been telling me about.

One Response to My Mystery Tomato Crop

  1. Chris on October 21, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    Over the last week, I have been happily eating these, as they ripen, one by one. In the end, I didn’t even need the banana, I simply left them in the metal bowl pictured, on the kitchen worktop.

    I have probably eaten a third of them, there are 3-4 that appear ripe enough for eating, and the rest have all got a bit of colour. So no green tomato chutney, it seems.

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