• Different tomato varieties vary considerably in the number of seeds present in the pulp.
  • The described method is "fermentation" and causes the gelatinous sack around each seed to rupture and break down.
  • The moldy top layer can be drained off either outside or toilet inside.
  • If seeds are allowed to stay in water more than 3 days, they will start to sprout.
  • Be sure to label plastic cup with variety and date & description of tomato (i.e., cherry, purple top, red bottom)
  • Some folks will allow whole tomato or slices to dry in sun and then harvest.