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"The paste to bring the story together"

Much of what we find in the supermarkets are even in summertime those overbred and under ripened billiard balls that pass for tomatoes these days. How did we get here? The newly published Ten Tomatoes that Changed the World: A History, by William Alexander, brings the paste to bind the story together."

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