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If you're asking if oneIf you're asking if one tomato as good as another, it's a matter of taste. Yours as well as the tomato's. Not all of us taste the same things, and not all tomatoes taste the same (but you know that...). Most people these days suggest growing heirloom tomatoes for taste. With heirlooms, sweetness and acidity can run the gamut from very sweet to very acidic; other "tastes" can be saltiness, hints of citrus, smokiness—even sort of aftertaste (possible caused by acidity) to name a few. To find a tomato whose taste you like and want to grow, go to a farm stand (or a few) and taste several varieties, especially heirlooms. The farmer may even have seeds to sell! Then you can grow what you really like. We hope this helps. Thanks for your interest in The Old Farmer's Almanac.

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