Organic Fresh Sweet and Crunchy Tomato
This is what I've been waiting for - the first harvest of my tomato plant. Eating freshly picked tomatoes is always a delight, as they are sweet and crunchy, especially when sprinkled with a pinch of salt.
In the Philippines, it is common to serve freshly picked tomatoes for breakfast or lunch alongside fresh onions and onion leaves, fish sauce, and occasionally a salted egg. It is often enjoyed with a cup of coffee in the morning. And, of course, no Filipino breakfast is complete without rice! ^_^
Personally, I prefer to eat fresh tomato and simply season it with a little bit of salt, especially if it's organic. All my crops are organic and absolutely free of any chemicals.
As far as I remember it was only five tomato trees and I didn't expect the tomato tree to grow more than one meter tall. I am carefully picking the tomato that is surrounded by pumpkin branches, being mindful not to step on the branches and damage the fruit, which is abundant.
As the tomatoes on the tree began to ripen, I anticipated a daily harvest, but I also knew that the tree would gradually die within a month. As summer approaches, I'm thinking of planting peppers so that I can replace my tomato crop with a pepper crop in a month. I also plan to construct an arch using recycled fiber sticks that I found next to a garbage can last 3 weeks.
I am currently keeping a close eye on the chayote, as its growth is particularly sensitive, especially as summer approaches.
Did you know that my favorite tomato is the one that is still green and yellow? It's crunchy and sweet! ^_^
This is actually my second tomato harvest, and I'm getting really excited for the next one because it coincides with my Bitter Gourd harvest. I love using Bitter Gourd in dishes like sauteed Bitter Gourd – it's so delicious! ^_^
Lucky you, it's still winter here and cold, so I'll need to wait another 4 months to have tomatoees.
If that is the weather in your area, do you have GreenHouse?
We don't have one as the costs are so high, it's just not worth it. I'd rather buy them from the supermarket, sometimes you can buy decent ones at a good times. other times what you buy is like plastic :)
Oh it is nice to have everything in ur garden. I like to have them in all my meals. Healthy and delicious!
Thanks Hanen! ^_^
But if the weather is hot, only sweet potato and chili I can plant including water melon and melon.
Your plants are pretty impressive. I am always in love with organic fruits and vegetables. They have a lot of benefits for our bodies. Your post inspires us to plant using natural fertilizers.
Thank you sis... ^_^
It just takes a little patience to make natural fertilizers in the soil.
I must admire you for being so patient. ☺️
You're welcome. ☺️
Congratulations on growing huge and delicious tomatoes. I too like them a little underripe for their crispness. I make a nice salsa verde with green tomatoes too.
Wow! SALSA VERDE! Actually, that's what I'm going to do today! ^_^
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How nice that custom in your country. And tomatoes are very common to use here in my country so congratulations on your harvest. They are really abundant and fresh looking, so being careful when picking them is a good method as you will most likely continue to harvest from the same plant.
Thank you very much! ^_^
This is my breakfast in the morning! LOL
Wow ang lalaki nyan, kapatid! Galing!
hehehe... Organic sis... ^_^