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Dependably productive, delicious and deservedly in demand. Unlike most yellow tomatoes this variety has a good acidic balance to it’s fruity sweetness resulting in lots of robust, complex flavors. A great variety suited to coastal and both warm to cooler growing regions. Produces well into the season.

www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=33623

What is the most acidic tomato available today? I remember as a kid grabbing a tomato from the garden and if you had any cuts they would burn from the acid. Seems like the tomatoes today don't have as much acid, must be developing them for the wimps. LOL. Steve E.....

bonnieplants.com/gardening/the-basics-of-tomato-flavor

“A tomato high in sugars and low in acids has a sweet taste. If a tomato is low in both acids and sugars, it has a bland taste. The preferred flavor for most people results from high levels of acids combined with high level of sugars to balance the taste.”

www.walterreeves.com/gardening-q-and-a/tomato-acid-taste

Tomato – Acid Taste. Tomato – Acid Taste. Q: I grow a few tomato plants each year with limited success. I have spent years trying to produce fruit which has an acidic taste–a bit of a bite. Bland tomatoes are edible, but just barely so. Is the acidic taste I seek a function of the variety or the growing conditions, or neither?

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Can you tell me about the acidity in tomatoes? ... fresh tomatoes fall into the 4.3-4.9 range when it comes to acidity. (pH is the most widely used scientific method for ranking acidity, and it goes from 0-14, with low numbers being the most acidic and high numbers being the least acidic.) For canned tomatoes and tomato paste, the pH range is 3 ...

www.livestrong.com/article/519283-what-type-of-acid-is-in-tomatoes

The most abundant acid in tomatoes -- citric acid -- is slightly less acidic than vinegar. Your body depends on citric acid to produce energy. In fact, the process is called the citric acid cycle because citric acid begins the step-wise chemical reactions that synthesize energy.

www.wikihow.com/Reduce-Acid-in-Tomato-Dishes

Choose non-red tomatoes. Tomatoes come in red, green, yellow, orange, and combinations of these, and in most cases non-red varieties of tomatoes are said to be lower in acidity. The next time you make your favorite tomato dish, try out some non-red tomatoes and see if you notice a difference in the acidity.

healthyliving.azcentral.com/different-acids-tomato-17032.html

Citric acid is the most abundant organic acid in fresh tomatoes and it comprises about 9 percent of their dry weight. Citric acid is a natural antimicrobial and preservative because it deters the growth of bacteria, fungi and other microbes. The longer a tomato ripens on the vine, the less acidic it is because citric acid slowly degrades with time.

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The large pink tomatoes offer up what most of us think of as a classic tomato flavor — a balance of acid and sweetness. The most well-known (not necessarily the best tasting) of the pink heirloom tomatoes is the Brandywine.

www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/features/top-10-heartburn-foods

WebMD examines the 10 most common foods that cause heartburn. From coffee and alcohol to tomatoes and grapefruit, here are helpful tips for avoiding foods -- no matter how enticing -- that may ...