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Vegetable or fruit?

Oliver set us a challenge this afternoon - Is a tomato a vegetable or a fruit? What do you think class Caribbean and How can you prove it?

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Comment 1 Comment by Rowen M on 03 May 12 at 2:44pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it grows from a flower.
Comment 2 Comment by Natasha W on 03 May 12 at 3:09pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it has seeds and if you look it up it tells you that fruits have seeds and vegetables dont
Comment 3 Comment by Dylan W on 03 May 12 at 3:23pm | Quote this comment
Tomatoes are fruits because if you cut them in half you can see seeds.
Comment 4 Comment by Susie M on 03 May 12 at 4:38pm | Quote this comment
Tomatoes are a fruit because every fruit has a seed or a stone in.


Susiem
Comment 5 Comment by Dillon E on 04 May 12 at 2:44pm | Quote this comment
A Tomato is a fruit because all fruits have seeds or stones and a Tomato has seeds.
Comment 6 Comment by Ace M on 04 May 12 at 4:02pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it has seeds inside and vegatables dont although a tomato is used in coocking.
Comment 7 Comment by Holly A on 07 May 12 at 2:37pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it has seeds in side it and also it comes from a flower.
Comment 8 Comment by Jessica S on 07 May 12 at 4:15pm | Quote this comment
a tomato is a fruit because all fruits have seeds and vegatables dont.
Comment 9 Comment by Callum P on 08 May 12 at 5:12pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it has seeds. But some cooks say they are vegetable because you use them as a savoury ingredient when cooking.
Comment 10 Comment by Joseph M on 24 May 12 at 8:04pm | Quote this comment
A tomato is a fruit because it contains seeds.

Joseph

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