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(Original post by Precious Illusions)
I found that very interesting. Not sure if you were being serious or not but still found it interesting.
Yeah it's all true, honestly.

(Original post by Kimina)
Most commercial bananas are all the same clone (in this country) but remember there are many different types of banana (I think I tried at least 5 different types/species in the caribbean and I'm pretty sure that there are non-cloned bananas growing in the amazon or somewhere similar.
The clone banana is the specific breed, I can't remember what it's called, Cavendish or something.
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so a pepper isn't a vegetable either?
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^ And chilli too?
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Fruits are the way a plant disperses its seeds.

Vegetables are the plants themselves.
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