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I like the Freezy selection you had - hadn't realized that you were working on the Dwarf Project. I was involved in its early days, when it was still going back and forth between 2 continents and there were still no named selections for sale.

Ann Rice

After years of canning, I learned that freezing is MUCH easier, faster, and cooler. Put tomatoes in boiling water briefly, then run under cold water. Remove skins and quarter them. Remove seeds if desired. Put in freezer bags and and then freeze. DONE! They are just as tasty as canned in my experience.

karen Rexrode

Well, well, freezing will be next. And Robin, the 'Freezy Family' is interesting, the breeder calls them Freezy bastards and he has a Youtube clip.

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