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Beautiful Joppa home scientist creates tomato worm caviar

OR: "Where is Andrew Zimmern when you need him

Maury Lewis writes:
I did an experiment of my own today. I was working on the tomato plants and found what we call a big green tomato worm with I guess white eggs hanging all over her. I put some vinegar in a jar and raked her in it, she wiggled a few times and stopped.

If any one out in columbiamagazine land wants to try pickled tomato worm or pickled tomato worm eggs just let me know. melewi --Maury Lewis
Young scientist Dalvian Thompson conducts experiment

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