There's nothing better than a tomato fresh out of the garden. Occasionally, you can find an okay one at the grocery store, and farmer's market tomatoes aren't half-bad. But one you just plucked from the vine? Pure, juicy, tomatoey heaven. The thing is, grocery store tomatoes are convenient. You don't have to go out and buy seeds, don't have to spend a lot of time and effort to enjoy the literal fruits of your labor.
But what if there was a way to get all the perks of garden tomatoes while still devouring globe after globe of grocery store or farmer's market delight? Well, it turns out, it's pretty easy to do. Every tomato you buy is a potential source for dozens of new tomato plants. That's what they're for, after all.
So if you can't quite kick the store-bought stuff, then follow the advice in this video to turn your kitchen scraps into divine new vines. Your taste buds will thank you a thousand-fold on the first bite into one of those fresh, perfect tomatoes. Best of all? They'll be ready before you know it. Grocery store tomatoes are bred to grow fast to make it to market ASAP. Enjoy, and be sure to save us some seeds!