Inside every juicy tomato, you will find a bunch of seeds. These seeds can be removed from the tomato and used to plant and grow new tomatoes. Some individuals may also want to remove seeds from a tomato for culinary purposes. For example, keeping the seeds in the tomato can sometimes cause the lettuce in a salad to become too soggy. Removing the seeds from a tomato is not difficult.
Rinse your tomato off under running water, then set your tomato on a cutting board.
Slice your tomato in half around the middle so that you have a top section and a bottom section. This will reveal the seed pockets.
Scoop the seeds out of the three seed pockets with a spoon. Do this to the top half first, and then the bottom half.
Discard the seeds if you don't want to save them. You can put them down your garbage disposal, or throw them in a trash can.
Rinse the seeds off if you want to save them. Then lay them out on a paper plate for three to five days until they are completely dry.