In my opinion-- and with my experience with only a dozen or so
varieties, yes. Your taste buds, and different varieties may vary.
Again- IMO, & IME - Chilling *steals* flavor. Cooking *changes*
Drying, though, imo -- and mostly with Roma tomatoes in an inexpensive
dehydrator, fully ripened & sliced lengthwise to 1/4 inch- sweetens
them up a notch. Once dried I store them in a freezerbag & have
used them in salads and sauces several years later with no change in
Next year plant more & try a few varieties. <g> Different
varieties like different weather conditions, so you're more likely to
get a variety that loves 'this years conditions'.
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