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Tomato seed oil
The oil pressed from tomato seeds and skins has a gorgeous orange colour and a subtle aroma of sun-dried tomatoes. It tastes great with salads, fish and pasta dieshes, cream cheese or as with a spread. Tomato seed oil also pairs really well with lots of fresh herbs. Following the first documented attempt to cultivate tomatoes in Italy in the mid-16th Century, they were long regarded as rare ornamental plants, as some names, such as "Paradies" (from paradise) and Liebesapfel, or "love apple" suggest. In Austria, the tomato is known as the "Paradeiser", and became a popular food after the Second World War.