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You Will Be Shocked: You Won’t Believe What She Found Inside Her Tomato!

 These photos were sent in by one of our readers, who wished to stay anonymous. This is her story:

“Hello everyone. I went to the local supermarket and I bought tomatoes. When I got home, I washed them and I started to cut them – to make a salad. But, when I saw the inside of one of the tomatoes, I was shocked. Instead of the usual red-part inside of the tomato, I saw something that I’ve never seen in my entire life. And this tomato wasn’t the only one.”

She also mentioned: “I saw strawberries inside the tomato. I was really surprised. I haven’t seen anything like this before. The red part inside the tomatoes looked just like a strawberry. I wasn’t sure if it’s a strawberry, because I was afraid to eat it. I didn’t eat it, but it felt soft and it was covered with tiny hairs. But, when I took the pictures, my camera didn’t get the small hairs. To be honest with you, I bought 4 tomatoes, and I’ve found 2 strawberries in 2 tomatoes.

I was really shocked. I thought I bought tomatoes, but the real truth is that I don’t know what I actually bought. Tomatoes with strawberries? No, thank you. And, to be honest with you, I’ll start to grow my own food from now on. I’ve showed these picture to couple of agricultural experts and they were all shocked. They didn’t know what it is and they’ve never seen anything like this. But they all agreed on one thing – it’s probably GMO, which means that this food was genetically modified.”

We also think that this is probably a GMO food (genetically modified). And we also think that’s not a strawberry, but it sure looks like one. This woman didn’t want to say the name of the store. So, we don’t know whose fault is it: the store or the supplier, but we know one thing for sure – you should definitely grow your own fruits and vegetables. We really hope you find this article helpful and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. Thank You.

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