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  1. Jonni

    Jonni said, about 4 years ago

    Wow, good question! It has been a point of discussion around my diet food table. It is a fruit for sure but curiously looks like a bunch of grapes when growing on its tree and once named the “forbidden fruit”. I like the first name “forbidden fruit” because it will not be on my diet plan anymore.

  2. LadyLavendar

    LadyLavendar said, about 4 years ago

    From the way it grows…

    John Lunan, a botanist, gave it that name in 1814 because the fruits grow in “grape-like” clusters.

    Learn something new today

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