Avocados contain a large seed, which classifies them as fruit.
There is no single definition of "fruit" and "berry" that is in universal use. But in botanical terms, Avocados are not just fruits; more specifically, they are berries. For a fruit to be classified a berry, it must develop from a single ovary. The avocado, banana, watermelon and tomato are some examples of fruits we usually don't call berries, but that actually are berries by this definition. Strawberries on the other hand, are fruits but not berries by the same definition.
An avocado is not a vegetable. An avocado is a fruit.
An apricot is a fruit and a avocado is a vegetable or an aubergine
No, it is a fruit.
Yes, an avocado is a fruit. There are two ways you can tell if a fruit/vegetable is a vegetable or a fruit. 1) If it has seeds, it's a fruit. If it doesn't, it's a vegetable. 2) If it continues to ripen after it's picked then it is a fruit. If not, vegetable.
The avocado is part of the fruit section of the food pyramid. Therefore, its a fruit. Plus, admit it, avocado doesn't really look or taste like a vegetable, does it?
It is a fruit but it is thought of as a vegetable.
An Avocado is a fruit.the avacodo is known as a vegetable to almost everyone because it is used in salads but really? it's a fruit.
An avocado is not a vegetable, it is a fruit, but you'd think it was because of its taste and color. Like people mistake tomatoes for vegetables but they are really fruits. Once again, an avocado is a FRUIT, not a VEGETABLE! Hope this helped you!
Avocado is the fruit of the Avocado (Persea americana) tree.