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Are tomatoes a fruit or a vegetable????
me and my sister spent all day arguing about it:rolleyes:
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They are a fruit
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I would say a vegatable, since when do you put banana and grapes on a sandwich?
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fruit they grow on trees....

'Intelligence is knowing that tomatoes are a fruit...wisdom is knowing not to put them in a fruit salad' - Peter Kay
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I would say a vegatable, since when do you put banana and grapes on a sandwich?
that's what i think as well
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Fruit. I think it's something to do with fruit having seeds and vegetables not.
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the dictionary defines fruit as, 'the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant' therfore tomatoe = fruit
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If you ask a scientist the scientist will tell you that it is a fruit.
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Fruit. I think it's something to do with fruit having seeds and vegetables not.
but cumcumbers have little seed things in them and so do erm....i can't remember their name.....i call them crocodile skin... anyone know wot they're called???
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why do silly people argue over objective facts?

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ok so scintificaly its a fruit but technicaly its a vegatable.
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(Original post by Saf!)
Are tomatoes a fruit or a vegetable????
me and my sister spent all day arguing about it:rolleyes:
It is a fruit as it grows on a plant rather than being a root or the actual plant.
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I would say a vegatable, since when do you put banana and grapes on a sandwich?
You have never had a banana sandwich... you are missing out mate
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They are a friut. In fact they are the fruiting body of the tomato plant
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You have never had a banana sandwich... you are missing out mate
that's what came to my mind as well!:rolleyes:
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I had no idea, i just said fruit after reading what everybody else said.
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Along with cucumbers and peppers they are actually 'salad vegetables', just to throw a spanner into the works lol
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ok so scintificaly its a fruit but technicaly its a vegatable.
scentifically and technically mean pretty much the same thing
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You have never had a banana sandwich... you are missing out mate
I feel quite sick now Does anybody want a Potato and Banana sandwhich?
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why do silly people argue over objective facts?

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ahem!....i'm not silly!:rolleyes:
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