Remove catfaced tomatoes or not?
I have two "Rose" heirloom tomato plants. I am not very experienced with tomatos, and have never grown this type before. There are several quite large green fruits that I believe exibit some catfacing: tan areas and small holes in the blossom end of the tomato.
Will these fruits be (partially) edible if allowed to ripen, or should I remove these so the plant can use its nutrients elsewhere? Advice appreciated!