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 Do the French call a tomato a fruit or vegetable?

Answer The French consider the tomato to be a fruit. The Larousse French online dictionary defines a tomato as an annual herbaceous (solanaceous) plant whose cultivation is very widespread and whose flesh... Read More »
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Tomato...FRUIT or VEGETABLE?

TOMATO........ VEGETABLE or FRUIT?

NO DOUBT,IT'S A FRUIT,I LOVE TO EAT TOMATOES and I LOVE ONE WHO ASK THIS QUESTION.BECAUSE i hate vegetables in my daily DIET.
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Is tomato a fruit or a vegetable?

A tomato is a fruit. Any food item that comes from a plant and has seeds is actually a fruit but many people think they are vegetables. Squash, cucumbers, and green beans are really actually frui... Read More »
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Why Is a Tomato a Fruit & a Vegetable?

While walking down the produce section of any grocery store, you can stop a series of people and ask them whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable and chances are that you will get answers that i... Read More »
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