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Since it frosted hard enough to finish killing off their vines, I harvested my tomatoes yesterday.

Lots more of them had begun ripening this year than last year!

I should still have plenty for making more green tomato pickles, I should be able to tell if I like them enough to go ahead and do so as they may be cured long enough by mid October,,,right around my birthday, what a treat that will be to try!

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Larry I tried green tomato relish this year for the first time and I loved it!! if the pickles are not to your liking give it a try:)
Dragonfli

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Andrea, What's the difference betwix a relish and a pickle. Over here relish to buy is twice the price of pickle. I guess its sounds more posh.
If you go onto the recipe forum and look up 'Mixed veg chutney' you can use that for green tomato 'chutney' 'pickle' or even 'relish'
Sussexman

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Thanks,

Those sound like some good suggestions!:)


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