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    Maya Zuiderweg Guest

    Default Re: zeaxanthin

    Bjørn Steensrud bracht volgend idée uit :
    > Maya Zuiderweg wrote:
    >
    >> Bjørn Steensrud gebruikte zijn klavier om te schrijven :

    >
    >
    >>> My wife makes pickled green tomatoes - very nice with meat dishes. Too
    >>> much sugar in it, but maybe an artificial sweetener could be used?

    >>
    >> Still have that Stevia plant, so..
    >> Recipe please :-)

    >
    > Briefly:
    >
    > 1 kg small, firm green tomatoes
    > 2 liters water
    >
    > Vinegar brine:
    > 2,5 dl 7% vinegar
    > 750 g sugar
    > 8 cloves
    > 1 vanilla stick
    >
    > My wife uses fresh ginger root instead of cloves and vanilla.
    >
    > I'll post the howto to afd


    Seeing bears on the road? Just looked up: unripe tomatoes, they seem to
    be poisonous.
    Maybe you use a different type of tomato all together, one that is
    supposed to be green.. :-?
    Its like this: yesterday I inspected the tomatoes very meticulously,
    and saw in between the +/- 40 tomatoes 2 (two) that that were really
    red.
    I tasted them, its as if I ate little waterballoons, no tomato-taste at
    all. No taste at all, I mean..just watery and mushy.
    So these green ones are unripe.
    And the red ones are yucky.
    Bought the wrong seedlings this year methinks :/

    >
    >>> Or, look up the recipe from "Fried green tomatoes at the Whistle Stop
    >>> Cafe"
    >>> :-)

    >>
    >> I saw that film 1 month ago, thought of the same, but no idea..
    >>
    >> M.

    >
    > The book has several recipes. Also several story lines they had to drop
    > to make the film. My favorite line: "I am older and have better insurance.
    > Deal with it."


    So true :-)

    M.



  2. #2
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: zeaxanthin

    Maya Zuiderweg <$no_spam#ma_dot_zuiderweg_@_me_dot_com#maps_on$ > wrote:
    : Bj?rn Steensrud bracht volgend id?e uit :
    : > Maya Zuiderweg wrote:
    : >
    : >> Bj?rn Steensrud gebruikte zijn klavier om te schrijven :
    : >
    : >
    : >>> My wife makes pickled green tomatoes - very nice with meat dishes. Too
    : >>> much sugar in it, but maybe an artificial sweetener could be used?
    : >>
    : >> Still have that Stevia plant, so..
    : >> Recipe please :-)
    : >
    : > Briefly:
    : >
    : > 1 kg small, firm green tomatoes
    : > 2 liters water
    : >
    : > Vinegar brine:
    : > 2,5 dl 7% vinegar
    : > 750 g sugar
    : > 8 cloves
    : > 1 vanilla stick
    : >
    : > My wife uses fresh ginger root instead of cloves and vanilla.
    : >
    : > I'll post the howto to afd

    : Seeing bears on the road? Just looked up: unripe tomatoes, they seem to
    : be poisonous.
    : Maybe you use a different type of tomato all together, one that is
    : supposed to be green.. :-?
    : Its like this: yesterday I inspected the tomatoes very meticulously,
    : and saw in between the +/- 40 tomatoes 2 (two) that that were really
    : red.
    : I tasted them, its as if I ate little waterballoons, no tomato-taste at
    : all. No taste at all, I mean..just watery and mushy.
    : So these green ones are unripe.
    : And the red ones are yucky.
    : Bought the wrong seedlings this year methinks :/

    : >
    : >>> Or, look up the recipe from "Fried green tomatoes at the Whistle Stop
    : >>> Cafe"
    : >>> :-)
    : >>
    : >> I saw that film 1 month ago, thought of the same, but no idea..
    : >>
    : >> M.
    : >
    : > The book has several recipes. Also several story lines they had to drop
    : > to make the film. My favorite line: "I am older and have better insurance.
    : > Deal with it."

    : So true :-)

    : M.

    Pickled green tomatoes are made form unripe tomatoes that woudl become red
    if left on the plant. They are often make late in the season if frost is
    expected so the tomatoes won't have time to ripen, as they have not yet
    begun to lighten in color, preceedign the reddening process. If still
    truely green even thougth full grown, they will not ripen off the plant so
    get turened into the pickles for winter use.

    Wendy

  3. #3
    Billy Guest

    Default Re: zeaxanthin

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Maya Zuiderweg <$no_spam#ma_dot_zuiderweg_@_me_dot_com#maps_on$ >
    wrote:

    > Bjørn Steensrud bracht volgend idée uit :
    > > Maya Zuiderweg wrote:
    > >
    > >> Bjørn Steensrud gebruikte zijn klavier om te schrijven :

    > >
    > >
    > >>> My wife makes pickled green tomatoes - very nice with meat dishes. Too
    > >>> much sugar in it, but maybe an artificial sweetener could be used?
    > >>
    > >> Still have that Stevia plant, so..
    > >> Recipe please :-)

    > >
    > > Briefly:
    > >
    > > 1 kg small, firm green tomatoes
    > > 2 liters water
    > >
    > > Vinegar brine:
    > > 2,5 dl 7% vinegar
    > > 750 g sugar
    > > 8 cloves
    > > 1 vanilla stick
    > >
    > > My wife uses fresh ginger root instead of cloves and vanilla.
    > >
    > > I'll post the howto to afd

    >
    > Seeing bears on the road? Just looked up: unripe tomatoes, they seem to
    > be poisonous.
    > Maybe you use a different type of tomato all together, one that is
    > supposed to be green.. :-?
    > Its like this: yesterday I inspected the tomatoes very meticulously,
    > and saw in between the +/- 40 tomatoes 2 (two) that that were really
    > red.
    > I tasted them, its as if I ate little waterballoons, no tomato-taste at
    > all. No taste at all, I mean..just watery and mushy.
    > So these green ones are unripe.
    > And the red ones are yucky.
    > Bought the wrong seedlings this year methinks :/


    Hybrids have everything but taste.

    Heirloom tomatoes exist because somebody liked their flavor.

    >
    > >
    > >>> Or, look up the recipe from "Fried green tomatoes at the Whistle Stop
    > >>> Cafe"
    > >>> :-)
    > >>
    > >> I saw that film 1 month ago, thought of the same, but no idea..
    > >>
    > >> M.

    > >
    > > The book has several recipes. Also several story lines they had to drop
    > > to make the film. My favorite line: "I am older and have better insurance.
    > > Deal with it."

    >
    > So true :-)
    >
    > M.


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