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Hey guys! So I was planting tomatoes yesterday in my garden and I found a rock that was about 2...

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Several of our local children helped plant the garden. Lauren wrote the following statement...

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Tomatoes originate from the South American mountain Andes. It was first used as a food in Mexico...

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