Why Thank you!!! Carrots are nice and pepper as well. Not exatcly green pepper (too bitter for my taste) but I love them raw as well as cooked
As to tomato being a fruit. Hm, you are the 2nd person saying that. In Germany, tomatoes are mostly seen as a vegetable. I just googled it and is actually a sort of berry - how weird But, I am raised as it being a vegetable You are right saying it is a fruit but I think it also is a vegetable. I have doubts about that word "fruit". In my language we distinguish vegetables & fruits (Gemüse & Obst). But there is also a term for a "fleshy child" of a plant - the fruit. There, we say "Frucht" (very close to engl. "fruit"). So, we have 3 different words in German where English has just 2. fruit = Frucht = fleshy child fruits = Obst = group of fleshy childs that are mostly sweet or sour, mostly eaten raw vegetables = Gemüse = group of fleshy childs that are mostly eaten cooked, rather not sweet or sour In English, there you have just one word for the fleshy child and the group: fruit(s). So, yes, a tomato is a fleshy child (Frucht). But it's no fruits (Obst), but rather belongs to vegetables (Gemüse) than to fruits in my mind. It's really hard to explain and I hope I didn't confuse you. And I hope it makes any sense for someone from the UK ^^'
But I think (and also read) it all belongs to the cultural background as what a fruit is seen: as fruits or vegetables I just wonder why English and Germans (who are culturally very close) have these differeces!! )
Definitiv Tomaten, Paprika, Zucchini, Sellerie, Frühlingszwiebeln.... und vieles mehr Die schmackhaftesten Tomaten sind aber wirklich nur die wirklich Reifen, finde ich. (Findet man bei uns leider nicht so oft..) (Falls Rucola als Blattgemüse gilt, dann steht es auch sehr weit oben!:3)