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 How is a fruit different from a vegetable?

Answer Fruits have seeds in them but vegetables don't have seeds. Strictly speaking a vegetable is a plant ofr part of one that is used for food other than those reckoned to be fruits.
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If you were a fruit or vegetable?

LOL - I would be an apricot.... uuuummmmm.... cos they're yummy. But I wouldn't want to be in the V & V section, cos I'm pretty sure I'd be eaten.... he he ;0)
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Is a pea a fruit or a vegetable?

Botanists classify peas as fruits because they come from the ripened ovary of a flower. However, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Nix v. Hedden in 1893 that peas are vegetables because they are comm... Read More »
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How do you tell a fruit from a vegetable?

Fruits develop from the ovaries of plants and contain the seeds. Some plants develop other parts to contain or hold the seeds ("pomes" like the apple and pear, accessory fruits like the strawberry)... Read More »
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What Is Better for You, a Vegetable or Fruit?

AVCF file is a vCard file. A vCard is a contact card, similar to an electronic business card that contains the sender's contact information. The sender may send the vCard as an attachment to an ema... Read More »
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