One of my tomato varieties this year is Green Zebra, and that’s pretty fabulous. I’ve had Green Zebra tomatoes before, purchased from the farmer’s market, and paid a pretty penny for them.
Apparently I paid such a pretty penny that I only remember that fact, but not what they look like when they’re ripe.
So my question of the day is this: Now that I have lovely Green Zebra fruits on the plant, how do I know when they’re ripe and ready for harvest? Because, of course, my usual red flag that a tomato is ready isn’t going to help me this time around.