People in Utah must be crazy? This woman thinks she grew a strawberry inside a tomato. The Associated Press is on it:

My favorite part is the old man, “That is a strawberry, irregardless of what they say. That’s a strawberry.” He needs to get out more. Anyway, in the event that strawberries and tomatoes do meld. They’re both nutritional heavyweights. Dr. Fuhrman explains in Disease-Proof Your Child:
Berries: Add berries to morning cereals. Make dessert sorbets from frozen berries. My kids love frozen strawberries blended with an orange or orange juice. We usually add a slice of dried pineapple and use our Vita-Mix to make a smooth and delicious strawberry sorbet.

Tomatoes: Tomatoes are a wonderful food in their own class. Whether you consider them a fruit or vegetable, it matters not. Slice them into pita pocket sandwiches. Mash some almond butter with a fork into some tomato sauce to add to the vegetable-tomato-sprout avocado pita pocket. What a great school lunch.
And in fact, Dr. Fuhrman considers tomatoes and strawberries two of the best foods you can eat. Here’s the complete list:
Top Seven Foods for Good Health and Longevity
  • Black raspberries
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Flax Seeds
  • Green Leafy Vegetables
  • Tomatoes
  • Broccoli sprouts
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