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2021-09-16 2:51:32 AM  

Axeofjudgement: gas giant: Don't Troll Me Bro!: It's evolved to keep animals from eating the plant's solar energy gathering system. It wants animals to eat the fruit. That's the whole point of fruit.

I know, I just wanted to drunkenly vent about my hatred of tomato leaf stench.

Actually love the smell. It's like summer.

Being said I'm aware it's a part of the nightshade family. And I ain't touching the rest of the plant. Just like I grow peppers, I'll eat the peppers. But I'm not touching the stems or leaves.

That's just sheer idiocy.


I love(d) the smell too, in my family's vegetals garden of childhood.

and back then I never understood why carrot-greens, beet turnip etc. greens, ok all of those we'd eat, but never tomato ones.

so yeah.

I cannot recall the exact book, but als-Kind I remember a cartoon of Napoleon going bonkers after eating melanzana/melitzana ("mad apples" aka eggplant) which scared me off aubergines pretty good for a long time ah tellyu whut.
 
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