Look where it grows...
It has seeds. Anything with seeds is a fruit. lol
Scientifically it is a fruit. But when used in preparation for cooking it can be considered a vegetable because of the flavoring/how it is cooked.
Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad. Tomatoes are a fruit, and not a vegetable.
It's a fruit. Granted, it can be used as a vegetable for some culinary purposes, but that doesn't change what it is biologically.
Try not to use the term "vegetable." Tomatoes are fruits though. They have seeds, they have skin, they grow on trees. Characteristics of fruit. Scientists and related professions, you agree with me?
The tomato is my favorite fruit in the world. It's a fruit because unlike vegetables I enjoy eating it in any form or fashion. Okay enough joking. Basically, if it has seeds then it's a fruit which also means many vegetables on the market we have, aren't really vegetables at all. ;)
If it has seeds inside, then it's a fruit.
It has been proven a fruit... I think.
i have read it a lot of times....but why are many oranges found with the other veggies?
I'm getting really tired of this issue. Yes, in a biological sense, it is a fruit. So are cucumbers, bell peppers, eggplants, courgettes and many other 'vegetables'. This is why these vegetables are called 'fruit vegetables' (in Dutch: vruchtgroenten). Culinarily, it would be classified as a vegatable for obvious reasons.
I'm Picking this for the hell of it.