Cherokee Green, ripeness is critical
I grew Cherokee Green for the first time this year. Being a green when ripe tomato, the only way to tell if it is ripe is by the squeeze test. Picked at just the right ripeness it is delicious, one of my family's new favorites. But it has one flaw that one of my tomato buying customers pointed out to me, if you let it sit around for a few days and get over ripe the tomato liquifies into pure pulp, you can't even slice it without it collapsing into a puddle. But I will grow it again anyway.