My Seedy Hobby

OK, I’ll have to admit it… I’m a Seed Hoarder, especially Tomato seeds, because I’m a tomato lover. Each season I save a tasty variety from the strongest plants and continue enjoying their fruits on my dining table.

I also do it the lazy short-cut way, with no qualms.

Whether scooping or squeezing or simply brushing off the cutting board ~ seeds are seeds.

Whether scooping, squeezing or brushing off the cutting board ~ seeds are seeds.

Put them in a metal strainer and then into some water, use a finger to gentle rub them against the strainer to get off the pulp.

Put them in a metal strainer and then into some water, use a finger to gently rub them against the strainer to get off the pulp.

Seeds  are now more or less pulp free.

Seeds are now more or less pulp free.

Tap onto a paper towel to dry.

Tap onto a paper towel to dry.

Seeds for next planting. Even with some paper pieces stuck on ~ seeds are seeds.

Seeds for planting. Even with some paper pieces stuck on ~ seeds are seeds. For storage though, leave them to dry 100% before keeping.

Yes, I’m ready to grow more heat-resistant Florida 91 tomato plants during this hot summer!

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