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Refers to the culinary definition of fruit: a sweet and/or seed-containing part of a plant that roughly resembles a botanical fruit, even if it is not a seed-containing botanical fruit.

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crust has lower thermal conductivity, since it has less water in it and more pockets of air (even small ones) and the heat energy is not conducted through it as easily. In contrast, the fruit filling … (which is relatively full of water) has a higher thermal conductivity, and can more easily transfer its stored heat to your mouth. Either hot pie crust or hot fruit filling can burn your tongue, but …
answered Mar 10 '15 by Erica
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A few that came immediately to mind: Blueberries Purple potatoes (sort of blue-violet) Blue corn (readily found in the form of corn chips) Lobsters are blueish (until cooked when they turn bright re …
answered Oct 28 '14 by Erica
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way to "ripen" a persimmon if it's already been cooked into something. Next time you try this, taste a small bit of each fruit first to see if they're ripe enough. …
answered Feb 18 '15 by Erica