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Tomato, Grape - 1 Pint
Tiny, firm, and sweet, grape tomatoes pop in your mouth with fresh, bold flavor. Even smaller than cherry tomatoes, these little sweeties are perfect for tossing into salads or eating right out of a bowl for a snack. Grape tomatoes can be substituted for cherries in any recipe that calls for the zingy tang of tiny tomatoes.
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Ideally, you should not store tomatoes in the fridge. Not unless they’re fully ripe. Chilling stops ripening in its tracks, so unless your tomatoes are at their absolute peak of ripeness, you’ll never get a ripe tomato. However, if you have perfectly ripe tomatoes that you just don’t have time to use at that moment, you can store them in the fridge. A ripe tomato can last 1 to 2 days in the fridge without ill effects.
Don’t leave them to cool longer than a couple of days. Chilled tomatoes will start to dehydrate, so kiss that juicy tomato slice goodbye. Also, the flesh of the tomato will get mealy or mushy. Allow chilled tomatoes to reach room temperature before using.