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 Is a pumpkin a fruit?

Answer Yes, even though it's a "culinary vegetable", botanically speaking it's a fruit: a seed-bearing structure derived from the ovaries of a plant.Yes, it contains seeds.
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Is a pumpkin a fruit or vegetable and why?

The pumpkin is a member of the squash family, and, though it is treated like a vegetable, it is technically a fruit. The reason a pumpkin is a fruit is because it grows on a vine and contains seeds.
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Is a pumpkin a fruit or a vegetable?

Answer The pumpkin is considered a fruit. It is seed bearing. More information I got this: "Pumpkins, squash, and some kinds of gourd are the fruits of four different species of this genus."  A... Read More »
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Do you think that pumpkin is a fruit and broccoli?

No.why would a man put fruit in his food gravy and chips Pumpkin is a fruit Broccoli is a vegetable.
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What Is The Difference Between A Japanese Pumpkin And A Regular Pumpkin?

http://www.jungleseeds.com/images/Squash…Does it look like that? That is also called a Kabocha squash, you can cook it like any other hard squash ie cut in half, spoon out the seeds and put some ... Read More »
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