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America Has Never Been So Desperate for Tomato Season

3 monthes ago   |   By The Atlantic

On Saturday, I walked a mile from my Brooklyn apartment to a farmers' market with a clarity of purpose that felt ordained by the heavens. I didn't really have time for the errand, or a solid idea of how I would use its spoils, but I was compelled onto the sidewalk for a very specific task. It's tomato season, and I was a woman in want of tomatoes. I don't know when tomatoes became an object of such obsession for me, but they seem to have grown similarly important to nearly everyone I know. Tomatoes are in season every summer, but this year the internet has turned tomato season into Tomato...
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