ANYWAY, a tomato is a berry.
And all berries are in the category of fruit, so what's your point?
Youve apparently totally ignored the first part of my post in order to post clip of my second part . And you missed the clever transitional word "ANYWAY".
SInce I was saying that this "argument" is only meaningful as a differentiator between botany and cooking , perhaps you were confused or didnt understand.
Botanically "Simple" fleshy fruits are pomes, drupes or berries to be specific Dried fruits are siliques legumes achenes etc and aggregate fruits (which we all call berries but are botanically not) contain many that we consider as vegetables also and , of course there are multiple frits which, I believe is the pineapple (Many flowers coalescing into one delicious fruit)
If the point about there being a greater categorical complexity than merely "veggie or fruit" bores you, well , nothin I can do about that .