In a recent trip to my local supermarket with the intention of purchasing items for a fruit salad, I picked up some oranges, bananas, lemons, grapefruit, and a few other select fruits. This got me thinking, what's stopping me from including tomatoes, since they are in fact a fruit? Are they just considered in practice to also be a vegetable, similar to wave-particle duality in that a photon exhibits properties of a wave and a particle?
If I were to make a fruit salad including tomatoes, what considerations should I use when determining how to go about it? Would it make sense to use the fruit ingredients I listed, and if so why or why not? Are there other fruits that particularly complement the flavors of tomatoes or are complimented by them?