The wholesale black beauty tomato is being used to create tasty ketchup, juice or tomato paste. For a good juicer, this is the ideal addition to your kitchen spice cabinet. It also creates a pleasant pick up for a bad day's work. So, if you need to kick start your day with an energy lift, slice up some tomatoes, black beans and enjoy all the goodness that it brings.
Before you start, ensure that the ground tomatoes have been rinsed well. This is not a difficult task, as most supermarkets sell pre-ripe tomatoes in glass jars. Wash them well and remove all the skin. You can then slice the tomatoes up, add salt and pepper to taste and place them in a zip lock bag. Put the sealed bag into the refrigerator to allow the seeds to go to work!
There are several ways to use the black seeded pulp from these tomatoes. You can make a tomato ketchup by boiling the seeds and tomatoes in a small pan of water. Drain off as much liquid as possible and strain into a smaller pan. Heat the oil over a low heat and add the seeds and tomato pulp to cook for about five minutes. Add any flavors, sugar or herbs and shake to mix.
You could also use this pulp to make a delicious juice. Puree the black seed mixture through a blender or a food processor. Puree until there are no more liquid left and transfer into a sealable bottle. Seal and store in the fridge to let the flavors to seep into your favorite smoothies or ice cream. For maximum freshness, store in the refrigerator overnight.
These soft, green tomatoes can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer. Cover loosely after you remove the seeds. This will help prevent them from drying out and you will be able to use them again. They will still retain a bit of color and firmness if you add some ice.
To use the seeds for freezing, first wash them thoroughly. Remove any seeds that may have been attached to the skin and any dirt or debris. Place them in a plastic freezer bag and keep them on a flat surface such as a countertop. Turn them frequently so that they remain closed and are not damaged.
The seeds will lose most of their flavor after being exposed to air and light for about 24 hours. After this time, use your imagination to decide when it is best to use the seeds. Do not open the package until you are ready to. That way you won't tear up the entire seed package.
You can also add water to the seed package if it is damp. It is important not to over do it though. A little water is fine but make sure it stays within a few inches of the seed package. Using a tomato press to harvest your harvest is a great alternative to manual harvesting.
Wholesale black beauty tomatoes don't come in uniform shapes. Some of them are large and globular, some small and flat. There are large and small varieties, too. Look in your garden center for a guide to tell the difference between the varieties you have to choose from.
Once you have the seeds you need, clean them well. If they are dirty, remove them and discard them. Then, lay them on a tray lined with a damp paper towel. Leave them in a dark place for about two weeks before you plant them.
Water the seeds daily as you wait for them to sprout. As they grow, spread them out evenly in your garden bed. Make sure they are covered with sufficient sun so that they will get plenty of sun. They will produce fresh tomatoes each year if you take good care of them.
The great thing about wholesale black beauty tomatoes is that you can use them year after year. They're a one-season plant, so there's no reason to buy new plants each year. Keep them in pots on your windowsill in the winter, move them indoors in the spring, and keep them in a sunny window sill or a pot filled with loosely packed soil in the hot months of the summer. When the weather changes, simply remove them from the pot and replant them.