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Yes! Some tomatoes are green when they are fully ripe. This family heirloom variety, passed down by Ruby Arnold of Greeneville, Tennessee, is one of the largest green beefsteak tomatoes, with an unsurpassed fresh taste. Since the fruit stays green, you should judge ripeness by a pinkish blush on the bottom of the tomato. It’s very hardy and does well in all U.S. growing zones.
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