About: Cherry tomatoes are smaller and generally much sweeter than large tomatoes. They are firm, thin, and smooth-skinned. Their size can vary from a thumb-tip up to the size of a golf ball, and can range from slightly oblong to spherical. The fruit may not be mighty in size, but surely in taste. After all, sometimes the best tastes come in small packages.
Health benefits: This vegetable, actually a fruit, is a great source of Vitamin E and Vitamin B6. It is rich in magnesium, phosphorus and copper along with potassium, Vitamin A, C, and K
How to use: Cherry Tomato Salad - Cut cherry tomatoes in half, in a small bowl, whisk oil, vinegar, salt and sugar; blend, sprinkle herbs, add tomatoes, refrigerate; serve after a while.
FUN FACT! According to a study, cherry tomatoes are 80,000 years old. No humans were domesticating plants that long ago. It implies that it started as a wild species.