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tomato pomace
residual pulp after extraction of juice from tomato fruit.

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Q. Is it true that tomato seeds, eggplant seeds and the like are prone to causing appendicitis? Is it true that eating tomato with the seeds, eggplant with the seeds and the like are prone to causing appendicitis? Thanks again guys. You're all great.

A. No. Things with seeds are irritants to a condition called diverticulitis where pockets in the intestines become inflamed. the seeds sort of deposit there and become infected. Appendicitis is just an inflammation of your appendix plain and simple, no particular cause is really pinpointed.

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The first type preferred tomatoes that had an even color, and high color and flavor intensity.
The Mutti range is made from 100 percent Italian tomatoes harvested and processed in the Parma region of Northern Italy at the height of summer to ensure that only tomatoes offering the best taste, colour and texture are used.
I've teamed up the tomatoes with one of their best friends, an avocado, the creaminess of which contrasts beautifully with the tomato's acidity.
And don't be tempted to buy those conventional hothouse tomatoes when the fresh, local ones disappear in the fall.
Tomatoes play a big part in cooking, from using as a puree to give a stock colour to the use of tinned (how do they get them so red?
Take four to six large beef tomatoes and cut in half.
Although some consumers were afraid to buy tomatoes a couple of months ago, and some still are, she points out, "At the time the big chains were pulling tomatoes off the retail/consumer market, California tomatoes were just starting to harvest (end of May).
The population of Salmonella remained constant on whole tomatoes stored at 10 C.
Tomatoes are rich sources of vitamin C, helping maintain healthy tissues, gums and teeth and healing of wounds, and the antioxidant vitamin E as well as containing beta-carotene, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and folic acid.
The bright color and squishy feel of the tomatoes also attracted the festival's 20,000 revelers, who launched more than 100,000 tomatoes--seeds and all.
Others found evidence that tomatoes help protect against cancer of the prostate, digestive tract, cervix, breast, and lung.
According to macrobiotic theory, tomatoes and potatoes create a natural balance to meat, dairy, fats, and the excess salt found in the Standard American Diet.