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berries Classification of fruits, including strawberries, raspberries, and grapes, that are small and juicy and have thing skins
drupes fruits, such as cherries, peaches, and plums that have an outer skin covering a soft flesh that surrounds a single, hard pit
pomes classification of fruits, including apples and pears, that have a central, seed-containing core surrounded by a thick layer of flesh
citrus fruits Classification of fruits, including oranges, lemons, and grapefruit, that have a thick outer rind and thin membranes separating the flesh into segments
melons classification of fruits, including cantaloupe, honeydew, and watermelon, that are in the gourd family and are large and juicy and have thick skins and many seeds
tropical fruits classification of fruits, including avocados, bananas, and pineapples, that are grown in warm climates and are considered to be somewhat exotic
under-ripe fruit fruit that has reached full size but has yet to ripen
immature fruit fruit that is small and has poor color, flavor, and texture. These characteristics will not improve with time
enzymatic browning Darkening process some fruits undergo when exposed to the air
fritters fruits, vegetables, or meats that are dipped into a batter and fried in hot fat
Created by: raiver