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Scientists discover why most tomatoes taste awful -- and how to fix it

Greenhouse tomatoes are a crime against humanity. Ask any foodie — the ideal tomato is grown outdoors in the finest soil; it matures throughout the early and midsummer, just in time for harvest before winter temperatures sweep in and ruin the crop. Out-of-season tomatoes, often grown in large commercial greenhouses, are all but inedible to the sophisticated tomato-lover's palate.
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