Do you eat tomatoes chewed on by mice?
The mice are horrible in my garden this year, chewing on beans and tomatoes. I'm trying to pick the Roma tomatoes before they even turn red, so the mice get less of them.
The mice take a bite or two out of the tomatoes, and then move on to the next tomato.
It gives me the creeps to think about cutting off a portion of the tomato with the mice bites in it and using the rest. I just don't know how far their saliva travels!
How about the rest of you? What would you do?