Aunt Ruby's German Green tomato

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The Aunt's Ruby's German Green is a sweet, juicy tomato with a piquant bite. The heirloom is a large beefsteak-type tomato, pale green in color with a hint of yellow striping. This large tomato often weighs one pound or more. Aunt Ruby's German Green has the wetness of a melon and boasts a deep, robust flavor. It is generally used in salads, but is also a wonderful tomato to fry.

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