Cherokee Purple

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    You're making it real hard for me to stay on subject.
     
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    There is a better tomato but for the life of me I cannot recall its name. Doesn't even taster like a tomato. Possibly has Australian in its name. Only grew it one time and never saved the seeds. The person I got it from quit doing tomatoes so never had it since.
     
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    Burnley?
     
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    Can't recall now but it was good. I guess I will just add random varieties every year into I find something similar. Just got past last frost date so will be getting some soon. Just too windy this week to do much.
     
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    Just remember, original tomatoes - tomotios - were green!
     
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    I often make Salsa Verde. Market Tomatillos are much more reliable than their red brethren.
     
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