The red cherry tomato variety casarino has bright yellow fruits, a sweet pulp, not very acidic and consistent, so it is ideal for preparing a delicious and fresh sauces.
This tomato is suitable for cultivation in greenhouses, it can be harvested either as a ripe bunch or as a single fruit. The high production and good earliness are agronomic characteristics that complete the high quality of the berry.
Tomatoes are rich in magnesium, sodium, vitamin C, vitamin A and mineral salts, also contain a good percentage of fiber, protein, potassium and zinc.
Cooking tomatoes for 15 minutes breaks the cell wall, which releases lycopene, a valuable antioxidant, which is believed to reduce the risk of certain cancers and also acts against high cholesterol.
Sicibia tomatoes do not follow the cold chain after harvesting and are not left to ripen in cold stores, the cold in fact interferes with the enzymes that give the product its characteristic taste.
Why do we recommend storing tomatoes in dry place and not in a fridge? Below 12°C, the tomato stops ripening, which is exactly what gives it its most flavor.
The tomato is an excellent ally for those who have to follow a diet. It contains few calories, purifies, refreshes and can be useful to promote diuresis.
The consumption of tomato, especially thanks to the good amount of antioxidants is useful to combat free radicals and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
The tomato is widely used in cosmetics, its pulp is the basic ingredient for toning, nourishing and firming masks. Ideal also to fight pimples, just massage a slice well washed on the face once or twice a day.
Perfect for softening and nourishing dry skin when used in the form of juice mixed with almond oil and mallow leaves. Combined with olive oil, it soothes the redness of the skin due to excessive exposure to the sun, while for oily skin, just add to the tomato juice, oil and a pinch of lemon juice.