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Tesco fruit and vegetable offers, starting from 35p - Lettuce / 45p - Peaches, Nectarines, Tomatoes, New Potatoes
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Tesco fruit and vegetable offers, starting from 35p - Lettuce / 45p - Peaches, Nectarines, Tomatoes, New Potatoes

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Is this now please?
picked up a couple of packets of the tomatoes, couldn't pass up the chance of tasting a 'vine ripened' tomato
flipper11812/07/2019 08:49

picked up a couple of packets of the tomatoes, couldn't pass up the chance …picked up a couple of packets of the tomatoes, couldn't pass up the chance of tasting a 'vine ripened' tomato


Marketing at it's best, aren't all tomatoes ripened on the vine...?
flipper11812/07/2019 08:49

picked up a couple of packets of the tomatoes, couldn't pass up the chance …picked up a couple of packets of the tomatoes, couldn't pass up the chance of tasting a 'vine ripened' tomato


I bought them too but they suffer the same problem as most other supermarket tomatoes which is they are watery and lack any flavour. Non of the ones I ate could be considered “sweet”. Suppose you cant really complain for 45p
Edited by: "Sympha" 12th Jul
Sympha12/07/2019 15:11

I bought them too but they suffer the same problem as most other …I bought them too but they suffer the same problem as most other supermarket tomatoes which is they are watery and lack any flavour. Non of the ones I ate could be considered “sweet”. Suppose you cant really complain for 45p



I was in Spain last week (check me) and the tomatoes there are like a different fruit to the ones we get here. Us Brits are more obsessed with how our food looks rather than the taste. Saw some right ugly tomatoes so I did.
I agree fruit that are mishapen or have marked skins usually mean they are riper and have been left on the tree /plant so they have had more sun to be sweeter or have more flavour ,when a lot of tomatoes are picked herethey are still only just red and ripe,the same as citrus fruit where they are grown they would not consider eating a perfect looking orange or using a lemon that hasnt got blemishes on the skin as this means its under ripe and been taken of the tree too early
lindy52612/07/2019 17:56

I agree fruit that are mishapen or have marked skins usually mean they are …I agree fruit that are mishapen or have marked skins usually mean they are riper and have been left on the tree /plant so they have had more sun to be sweeter or have more flavour ,when a lot of tomatoes are picked herethey are still only just red and ripe,the same as citrus fruit where they are grown they would not consider eating a perfect looking orange or using a lemon that hasnt got blemishes on the skin as this means its under ripe and been taken of the tree too early


Shall we write to our MPs with our thoughts? Assuming you haven’t already
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