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What is the difference between a tomato and a tomatoe?
The fruit of grape tomatoes are smaller by about a half, more elongated, sweeter, lower in water content and have thicker skin than cherry tomatoes. This has made them p…opular for use in salads as they are easier to manage than the larger, juicier cherry tomatoes. Horticulturally, they grow in long clusters - yes, like a grape! - with a longer growing season. Unlike cherry tomatoes, they won't ripen any further once picked. They are a cross between Roma, teardrop, and cherry tomatoes. The variety commonly sold in supermarkets is an F1 hybrid.
A Roma tomato is a variety of plum tomato that originated in Italy. Hence the name. They are commonly sold under both names in the states and are virtually indistinguish…able from one another.
The difference is that tomato juice is just the juice and not all of the pulp. The tomato soup is the whole tomato.
While V8 is mostly tomato juice, it also has 7 other ingredients, mostly vegetables. Tomato juice is made from only tomatoes.
Cooked tomatoes are plain tomatoes perhaps with salt and pepper added. Stewed tomatoes generally include other things such as seasonings, onion, peppers and celery.
A persimmon is not a tomato and is orange. A tomato is
Tomato puree is just tomato, but tomato sauce is usually cooked and/or has other ingredients added to it.
Tomato sauce is used for more pasta cooking and paste could be pizza sauce. tomato sauce is thinner and tomto paste is thicker
Tomato paste started as tomate puree. Then the puree was heated and the water evaporated until it was thick and pasty making tomato paste.
one is smoother
You can not put an elephant in the fridge
All tomatoes grow on vines. Stores may advertise "vine-ripened" tomatoes because these are tomatoes that have not been picked while green and sprayed with gas in order to keep… them from rotting during long trips from the field to the grocery market. Vine-ripened tomatoes are usually sweeter, more evenly ripened, and more tender than "regular" tomatoes that have to ripen after you get them home. Plain or "regular" tomatoes (non-vine-ripened) may be ripened by placing them in a bag or other container, which allows the collection of ethylene gas which hastens the ripening process. Some fruits, such as bananas, avocados and peaches, also give off ethylene gas and are recommended for placement in a bag or other container next to an unripe tomato to hasten ripening.
Tomatoes are red whereas oranges are orange. Their respective structure and taste differ too.
Paste is usually thicker than puree
Yes, soup is runny generally and sauce is more thick.
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