What is a tomato?
A tomato is botanically a fruit but was defined by the US Congress in the 1800's as a vegetable so that it could be taxed. Their reasoning was that they are used as vegetables for culinary purposes. It is a red fruit with seeds and similar to strawberries and other red fruits with seeds.
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They are a vegetable
Wash your tomatoes. Dip them in boiling water for 30 to 60 seconds or until the skins split. Remove them from the boiling water and immediately put them into cold water. Slip …off the skins and remove the cores. Leave whole or cut into halves. Put the tomatoes in a large saucepan and heat to boiling, gently mashing from time to time to create some juice. Boil gently for 5 minutes. Stir to keep them from scorching. Put the tomatoes and juice into clean jars, leaving 1/2-inch headspace. Add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice per quart to acidify. Add 1 teaspoon of salt per quart. Adjust the lids and rings. Process in a boiling water bath for 90 minutes. The water level should be 1-inch above the tops of the jars. Remove from canner, and let sit until they seal.
A tomato is a fruit, although cooks use it as a vegetable
What is a tomato fruit or vegetable - if it is a fruit then surely pepper should be a fruit because it has seeds as well and a cucumber?
tomatoes are veggies
Well, Tomatoes were originallly thought 2 have been produced in Peru.. Guess What?. 125 million tons of tomatoes were produced in the world in 2005.. that is like HEAVY…YYYY :D. However, They are produced in most countries
Carbon, like most living things.
A tomato seed.
Tomatoes are the most commonly grown vegetable in the home garden, according to Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. Much of their popularity is probably due to th…eir versatility and adaptability to different habitats. india
Well ask yourself- are you round, red, squishy, and have a green step out the top of you?
Tomato sandwhich or tomato soup. There is also salsa and catsup.
A tomato is a fruit and a pumpkin is a vegetable.