What are the pros? Shape, size, color, texture
What are the cons? Needs more flavor, creepy name
My experience could have so much to do with factors like climate, soil, personal taste, etc., I feel it's not fair to give the Cream Sausage a bad rap. I have grown Great Whites for 7 years and they never disappoint, but my first try with the Cream Sausage did. So it's not that I don't like "white" or creamy yellow tomatoes, it's just that I didn't get much out of these. I like them and enjoyed eating them, but not enough for them to make the top 10 varieties I dedicate growing space for.
That said, whenever I sliced them, sprinkled a little salt on them and presented them at lunch or dinner, they were a hit. Everyone liked the little lemon-yellow coins with the mild, inoffensive flavor. So it really depends on your taste buds and how they're presented. For a soup with a delicate broth and flavor, like a spring vegetable soup with Provencal flavoring, the ones I froze were perfect. I would recommend this to someone looking to try something different from the big "meaty" varieties.
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