Re: [tomato] keeping tomatoes

Thomas Giannou (
Thu, 25 Feb 1999 20:08:15 -0800

The same thing goes for huckleberries too!  I have a gallon of those in my
freezer.  Every time the freezer door is opened, it's almost like they are
beckoning me to get some ice cream and add a few huckleberries.  Yummy!

Sorry for the off topic fruit stuff.  So, a little about tomato's...  I am
looking forward to growing some sweet 100's cherry tomato's with some of our
Bio-Vam mycorrhiza inoculant this year.  I want to grow the plant in a large
enough container so I can bring it into the house during the next winter
have have a nice tomato harvest going all winter long.  When I used VAM
fungi on our beefsteak tomato's they came on one month early.

Thomas Giannou
Spokane, Washington

-----Original Message-----
From: Edmund C. Flynn <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, February 25, 1999 8:05 PM
Subject: Re: [tomato] keeping tomatoes

>Thomas Giannou wrote:
>> .  We
>> have used the cookie sheet method for freezing Raspberries.  After they
>> frozen, they can be put into bags or plastic containers and kept in the
>> freezer.  They stay separate from one another that way and make a great
>> snack.
>Ditto for Blueberries       Ed  Flynn