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Tomatillo

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Tomatillo plant
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Urist likes tomatillo plants for their fruit.
Seed

· Tomatillo seeds

Seasons
Spring Summer Autumn Winter
Biome

Wet Dry
Products
Alcohol Tomatillo wine
Fruit Tomatillo
Plant Properties
Edible No
Cookable No
Fruit Properties
Edible Yes
Cookable Yes
Seed Properties
Edible No
Cookable Yes
Uses

Wikipedia article

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Tomatillos are an aboveground garden vegetable. They can be planted in all seasons, the fruit is edible raw or cooked, or seeds when cooked, and can also be brewed into tomatillo wine.

Some dwarves like tomatillo plants for their fruit.


Admired for its fruit.


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Tomatillos are also known as Mexican husk tomatoes.

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