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There is sliced: Bread, cheese, lettuce, pickles, potatoes...yet I have never seen sliced tomatoes.
MrCorcks MrCorcks 31-35, M 6 Answers Apr 9 in Food

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sliced tomatoes get yucky in a short amount of time

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I hear that, now I am curious why.

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The juice leaks out of the slices and the flesh of the tomatoes gets mushy, not appetizing in the least. I have started removing the seeds & pulp from the insides of tomatoes when I put tomatoes in my salads, if there is any leftover from a meal the salad keeps much better without all the juices breaking down the rest of the veggies.

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that makes sense.

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it's better if you slice them yourself... maybe...

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I get lazy and never acquired the technique to slice a tomato in thin slices.

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you need a sharp knife..

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Then I need a Ginsu. Ha-ha!

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lol

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'cause they rotten so fast

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I say dehydrate the slices, and then "just add water." hehehe.

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The tomato have a pretty short shelf life, and it gets a lot shorter once it's sliced.

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I imagine it is like an Avocado with the pit removed. I just know the pit does magical things.

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