Sure, you've seen the words "heirloom tomato" on menus in recent years. But what are they, anyway? The simple answer is that they're non-hybrid tomato varieties, which can wildly vary in shape, color and taste.
Vanity Fair thinks the term belongs in the food snob's dictionary and whipped up a video to explain why. We agree with Vanity Fair -- you may be a food snob if you get all your produce in a farmer's market instead of a grocery store -- but that's not necessarily a bad thing! Check out the video above.