Tomatoes aren't the most hardy fruit/vegetable after picking, and when they start to fade and wrinkle up, you have to use them fast. If you have a tomato on the verge of turning, here's an easy way to transform them into a versatile topping you can add to almost any dish.
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Cut your tomatoes in half, put them open side up on a baking sheet, and season with salt. Bake on low for several hours until the tomato halves have turned into chips. You can either snack on the chips or pop them in your food processor or blender and make a savoury tomato dust to top salads, popcorn, vegetables, or even entrees just before serving.
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