Tomato ‘Amish Paste’

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Tomato ‘Amish Paste’ Overview

Botanical Name: Lycopersicon esculentum

Common Name: Tomato 'Amish Paste' 

Plant Type: Annual 

Bloom Time:  Summer 

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Planting Place: Kitchen Garden 

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If you’re looking for a flavorful, yet versatile tomato to grow, the Amish Paste is a great option. This heirloom variety is known for its rich, red color and robust flavor.

The Amish Paste tomato is a large variety, typically weighing in at around 8 to 12 ounces. They are oval-shaped with smooth, red skin.

Inside, the flesh is firm and dense with few seeds. This makes them ideal for cooking and canning. The flavor is sweet and slightly acidic, with a rich, robust taste.

Amish Paste tomatoes can be used in a variety of dishes, from sauces and stews to roasted vegetables and salads. They are also a great choice for canning or preserving, but are equally delicious eaten fresh off the vine or used in salads.

If you’re looking for a delicious, versatile tomato to add to your garden, the Amish Paste is a great choice. With its rich flavor and abundance of uses, it’s sure to become a new favorite.

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