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Idea for tomato recycling

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If you plant tomatoes in the garden or in the greenhouse, you will always have fresh fruit, but there can also be times when you harvest so many tomatoes that you no longer know where to put them. Since the tomatoes do not last forever, you can either give them away or try the following tip: How about if you would make dried tomatoes yourself? A tasty affair!

That's how it works:
Cut the tomatoes into thick slices. You should largely remove the cores. Then the slices are placed on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and lightly salted. Then let it dry in the oven at 100 degrees for about eight hours. Once the tomatoes have dried, you can now sprinkle the fruits with herbs or soak them in olive oil. With this variant, the dried tomatoes naturally last a particularly long time. You can eat the fruit pure, on bread, on a pizza, as an antipasti or as an accompaniment to many great dishes.

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Put the dried tomatoes in oil, then add a couple of dried herbs, such as rosemary. Not only does it look beautiful, it also tastes very good. You can also add sheep's cheese cubes or mozzarella balls. You really have a free hand. And because the inlay looks very nice, you can also give it away as a gift.

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