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I say tomato!

Nutrition Editor Eve Kalinik relishes the delicious sweetness of this vibrant crop

real nutrition

Tomatoes are bold, bright, juicy and naturally sweet. Even though they are typically used as a vegetable in cooking, tomatoes are actually a fruit, and part of the nightshade family. They come in a colourful array, from traditional red to yellow, green and orange, and also differ in size, from itty-bitty cherry to beefy varieties. They are also versatile in the way they are served, either raw sliced with mozzarella and basil as a caprese salad, diced into a piquant salsa, blended into ketchup or stirred into a classic bolognese.

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What happens when you don’t like what you see in the world? Our dossier gives you the low-down on what you can do to step up and make the world a better place - be it making small changes in your community to founding a charity that will make a massive impact on the world. We also invite you to lighten up and have some fun this month. Katy Regan signs up to a comedy improvisation workshop – with surprising results. Suzy Bashford channels her inner punk and delights in swearing more and caring less what other people think. Still in need of some laughs? Meet Emma Stroud, Psychologies ‘clown in residence’, who must be the first person to conduct a TED talk dressed as a banana. It’s going to be an interesting month!

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