When a tomato goes bad: The next time you see a tomato, remember to eat it
On Sunday, tomatoes are going to be in a state of drought for the foreseeable future.
While we’re not expecting that to happen anytime soon, many people are worried about the tomato plant, which is in dire need of a little help.
“I think tomato growers need to be more aggressive and be proactive and get out there,” said Mike Schuster, a tomato grower from Colorado Springs.
Schuster and others are urging people to eat a vegetable garden soup every week to help restore the tomato’s health and prevent the disease that is ravaging the plant.
The soup includes vegetables and other plant material.
If you haven’t already, you should try one of the following soups:Bacon and eggs, a vegetarian soup that’s not as high in fat, cholesterol and sugar as some of the other soups listed above, can help restore health to the tomato.
The best option is the bacon and eggs soup.
If you don’t have bacon, try this vegetarian soup with onions and celery.
The vegetable garden soup will make for a delicious, healthy lunch.
For the vegetarian option, try the tomato soup.
The soups are just a few ideas that you can try, and we suggest trying all of them.
“The soup that we recommend is one that is easy to prepare and a little bit of a challenge to make,” said Schuster.
You can also try adding some fresh herbs to the soup, which can add a little kick to the dish.
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