A pumpkin is a fruit, not a vegetable.
No, interestingly, a pumpkin is a fruit.
It's a vegetable.
It is classed as a "fruit".
A pumpkin is a fruit. However, it is often classified as a vegetable for culinary purposes
Botanically a pumpkin is a fruit that grows on a vine. It's considered a vegetable in the culinary sence.
Neither. It is a gourd.
It is a fruit pie.
A pumpkin is a fruit because of it's seeds. Though most people believe it to be a vegetable, it is most certainly a fruit.
chili is a fruit as well
The pumpkin is a member of the squash family, and, though it is treated like a vegetable, it is technically a fruit. The reason a pumpkin is a fruit is because it grows on a vine and contains seeds.Fruit... but so is tomato a fruit!! :) hope it helped!!it is vegtable
Contrary to popular belief, a pumpkin is actually a fruit. Most people do think it is a vegetable. The definition of a fruit bassically states if it has seeds it is a fruit. If you open up a pumpkin you will see seeds and therefore is a fruit.
Pumpkin is a type of fruit because it has seeds. As used in recipes and pies, it could be considered as a fruit, a vegetable, or both.
A tomato is a fruit and a pumpkin is a vegetable.
No.why would a man put fruit in his food gravy and chips Pumpkin is a fruit Broccoli is a vegetable.
i have no idea i think its a fruit.
Yes it is a fruit because it is a member of the squash family and it has seeds and it grows on a vine.
The 'vegetable Vs fruit' dichotomy is quite arbitrary and has no rational foundation.Is Pumpkin a fruit when made into pumpkin pie.Is Apple a vegetable when it accompanies pork.
The pumpkin wasn't invented. It may have been discovered, but you can't invent a fruit or vegetable, unless its a hybrid, which in this case, a pumpkin is not.
Biologically, both pumpkin and zucchini are fruits. In a culinary sense, the zucchini is usually served as a vegetable course (in salty or savory dishes, salads, or as an accompaniment to meet), while the pumpkin is usually served in deserts (such as pumpkin pie), however pumpkin is also sometimes used as a vegetable in cooking (such as in soup).
No a pumpkin is a fruit but it is usually used as a vegetable (e.g. in soups, roasts etc) It is generally savory except when used in pumpkin scones or pumpkin pie
No, a pumpkin is not a root vegetable. Instead, the pumpkin grows from a blossom on the pumpkin plant.