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When you pull the stem out of a strawberry, what do you call the green part that comes off with the stem?

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When you pull the stem out of a strawberry, what do you call the green part that comes off with the stem?
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HULL
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CAP
STEM
TOP
LEAF
HUSK
BURR
CORE
CROWN
BLOSSOM
CALYX
LEAVES
SHUCK
PIT
BLOOM
BLOSSOM END
BONNETS
BUD
BUTT
SEED
BLOSSOM BUD
BLOW
BUTTON
CAPPING
CUFF
END OF THE STEM
ENDS
FERRULE
FLOWER
FLOWER BUD
FLOWERS
LEAVE
LEAVES AND STEM
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PART OF STEM
PART OF THE STEM
PETH
PLUG
PULP
SEAT
SHELL
STALK
STEM AND HULL
STEM PARTS
VENT
WHOLE STEM
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The hard center of a cherry: you call that a cherry ________.

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The hard center of a cherry: you call that a cherry ________.
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PIT
SEED
STONE
KERNEL
CORE
NR
HEART
NUT
BONE
CONE
PETH
PIP
POD
SPIT
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And the hard center of a plum: that's a plum ________.

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And the hard center of a plum: that's a plum ________.
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SEED
PIT
STONE
KERNEL
NR
CORE
NUT
HEART
PIP
POD
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And the hard center of a peach: that's a peach ________.

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And the hard center of a peach: that's a peach ________.
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SEED
STONE
PIT
KERNEL
NR
CORE
NUT
ROCK
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The kind of a peach where the hard center is loose:

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The kind of a peach where the hard center is loose:
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FREESTONE
NR
CLEARSEED
FREESEED
OPEN STONE
CLEARSTONE
ALBERTA
FREE PEACH
OPEN PEACH
SOFT PEACH
ELBERTA
GEORGIA BELLE
NON-CLING
OPEN SEED
RIPE
CLEAVESTONE
CLING
CLING-FREE
DEAD RIPE
FREE
FREE-CLEANS
FREE-WHEELER
GEORGIA PEACH
INDIAN PEACH
OVERRIPE
POLLIES
PRESSED PEACH
RIPE PEACH
SLIPSTONE
SOFT
YELLOW FREESTONE
YELLOW PEACH
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The kind of a peach where the hard center is tight to the flesh:

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The kind of a peach where the hard center is tight to the flesh:
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CLING
CLINGSTONE
NR
PRESS PEACH
PLUM PEACH
CLING PEACH
PRESS
CLINGER
GREEN
PEACH
PICKLING PEACH
ALBERTA
CLINGSEED
GREEN PEACH
INDIAN PEACH
PLUM-SEED PEACH
SEEDLING
YELLOW CLING
ALAMAR
ALBERTA PEACH
CALIFORNIA
CHERRYSTONE
CLEARSEED PEACH
CLINCH PEACH
CLINGING-PIT PEACH
CLINGSEED PEACH
CLINGSTONE PEACH
ELBERTA
FREE
FREESTONE PEACH
GEORGIA PEACH
HARD PEACH
HARD STONE
HARD-SEED
LEMON CLING
PICKLED PEACH
PLUM
PRESS PEACHES
PRESS-STONE PEACH
RASCAL
REGULAR PEACH
RIO OSO
SOUTH CAROLINA PEACH
STICK-TIGHT
STONE
STONE PEACH
TIGHT-ROCK PEACH
TIGHT-STONE
WHITE PEACH
YELLOW CLINGSTONE
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Other fruits grown around here: any special varieties? (Open question)

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Other fruits grown around here: any special varieties? (Open question)
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APPLES
PEARS
PLUMS
PEACHES
GRAPES
CHERRIES
APRICOTS
FIGS
NR
STRAWBERRIES
ORANGES
CRAB APPLES
QUINCES
GRAPEFRUIT
LEMONS
PECANS
NECTARINES
PRUNES
CURRANTS
RASPBERRIES
PERSIMMONS
TANGERINES
DAMSONS
SCUPPERNONGS
POMEGRANATES
WINESAP APPLES
BANANAS
CONCORD GRAPES
GOOSEBERRIES
KUMQUATS
BLACKBERRIES
GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES
MCINTOSH APPLES
ALMOND
AVOCADOS
DELICIOUS APPLES
GRIMES GOLDEN APPLES
LIMES
BARTLETT PEARS
DATES
JONATHAN APPLES
WEALTHY APPLES
BLUEBERRIES
BOYSENBERRIES
GRAPEFRUITS
PAPAYAS
RED DELICIOUS APPLES
SOUR CHERRIES
SWEET CHERRIES
WINESAPS
YELLOW DELICIOUS APPLES
YELLOW TRANSPARENT APPLES
BERRIES
CITRUS
DAMSON PLUMS
GUAVAS
NH
TANGELOS
TOMATOES
GREENGAGE PLUMS
JUNE APPLES
KIEFFER PEARS
LOGANBERRIES
SATSUMAS
TRANSPARENT APPLES
WATERMELONS
BALDWIN APPLES
BLACK CHERRIES
BLUE PLUMS
CHERRY TREES
DUCHESS APPLES
EARLY HARVEST APPLES
GOLDEN DELICIOUS
INDIAN PEACHES
LOQUATS
MANGOES
MULBERRIES
NORTHERN SPY APPLES
RED RASPBERRIES
SHEEPNOSE APPLES
SICKLE PEARS
SMOKEHOUSE APPLES
SNOW APPLES
WINTER PEARS
YOUNG BERRIES
AVOCADO
BEN DAVIS APPLES
CITRUS FRUITS
CORTLAND APPLES
CRANBERRIES
JONATHANS
LEMON FIGS
MANDARINS
MCINTOSHES
RED PLUMS
ROMAN BEAUTIES
WALNUTS
WII
WOLF RIVER APPLES
ALBERTA PEACH
APPLE
APPLE TREES
AVOCADO PEARS
BEACON APPLES
CANTALOUPE
CITRON
COTS
CRAP APPLES
FALL APPLES
FIG TREES
FOX GRAPES
FREESTONE PEACHES
GEORGIA BELLES
GOOSE PLUMS
GREENGAGES
GREENING APPLES
GROUND CHERRIES
HORSE APPLES
JAPANESE PLUMS
LILIKOI
MAIDENBLUSH APPLES
MELONS
MOUNTAIN APPLES
PASSION FRUIT
PLUMGRANITES
RED CHERRIES
RHUBARB
ROME BEAUTIES
ROME BEAUTY APPLES
RUSSET APPLES
RUSSET PEARS
SAPOTAS
SECKEL PEARS
SUGAR FIGS
SUGAR PEARS
SUMMER APPLES
SWEET APPLES
TAMARINDS
TAME PLUMS
WATERMELON
WINTER APPLES
ALBERTA
ALEXANDER APPLE
ALLIGATOR PEAR
APPLE BANANAS
AUGUST APPLES
AUGUST START APPLES
BALD APPLES
BALDWINS
BANANA APPLES
BANANERS
BARTLETT PEAR
BEACH PLUMS
BELLFLOWER APPLES
BELLFLOWERS
BEN DAVIS
BLACK BENS
BLACK FIGS
BLACK GRAPES
BLACK RASPBERRIES
BLACK WALNUTS
BLACK-HEART CHERRIES
BLUE GRAPES
BLUE PEARS
BOSC PEARS
BOSUMBERRIES
BRAZIL NUTS
BREADFRUIT
BUSH CHERRIES
CANADIAN PLUMS
CANTALOUPES
CATAWBA GRAPES
CATSKILL STRAWBERRIES
CHAYOTE
CHESTNUT APPLES
CHINESE PLUMS
CHOKECHERRIES
CLINGSTONE PEACHES
COCONUTS
COOKING PEARS
CORP'S CHOICE APPLES
CRABS
DEWBERRIES
DIXIE GEMS
DOUGLAS PEARS
DUCHESS OF OLDENBURG APPLES
DUCHESS PEARS
DUCHESSES
DWARF PEACH TREES
DWARF PEAR TREES
EARLY APPLES
EARLY JUNE APPLES
EARLY TRANSPLANT APPLES
EATING PEARS
ELBERTA PEACHES
ELBERTAS
ENGLISH WALNUTS
EVERYTHING
FALL GRAPES
FALL PIP APPLES
FAMEUSE
FLEMISH BEAUTY PEARS
GAGES
GANOES
GARDEN HUCKLEBERRIES
GRAVENSTEIN APPLES
GREEN APPLES
GREENIE APPLES
GREENLINGS
GRIMES GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES
GUMA BERRIES
HARVEST APPLES
HOWARD'S SEVENTEEN STRAWBERRIES
HUBBARDSTON APPLES
ITALIAN PLUMS
ITALIAN PRUNES
JAMAICA APPLES
JUNE BERRIES
JUNE CHERRIES
KEEPING APPLES
KEY LIMES
KIEFFER
KUMQUARTS
LARCHES
LAWRENCE PEARS
LIMBERTWIG APPLES
LITCHI NUTS
MACS
MAINE PEARS
MAMMOTH BLACKTWIG
MANGERINES
MAY CHERRIES
MCKIEFFER PEARS
MUSCADINES
MUSHMELONS
MUSTANG GRAPES
NIAGARA GRAPES
NOD-HEAD APPLES
NORTHERN SPIES
NORTHWESTERN GREENING APPLES
OLIVES
ORANGE RASPBERRIES
ORANGE TREES
PAPERSHELL PECANS
PEACH ORCHARDS
PEAR TREES
PEAR-APPLES
PIE APPLES
PIE CHERRIES
PINEAPPLE PEARS
PINEAPPLES
PLUGS
PLUMCOTS
POMELO
PORTER APPLES
POSSUM GRAPES
POUND SWEET APPLES
PREMIERE STRAWBERRIES
PRUNE PLUMS
PUMPKIN APPLES
PUMPKINS
PURPLE PLUMS
RAMBEAU APPLES
RAMBEAUS
RANVEAU APPLES
RED APPLES
RED ASTRAKHAN APPLES
RED PIE CHERRIES
REDLAKE CURRANTS
RHODE ISLAND GREENINGS
ROMAN DELICIOUS APPLES
ROSE APPLES
ROXBURY RUSSETS
RUSSETS
RUSTICO APPLES
RUSTY-COAT APPLES
RUSTY-SWEET APPLES
SAND CHERRIES
SARVICEBERRIES
SATSUMA ORANGES
SCUPPENONS
SCUPPERNONG GRAPES
SHAKE-A-PIPPIN APPLES
SHOWBERRIES
SMALL PEACHES
SOUR RED CHERRIES
SOURSAP
SOURSOPS
SPARKLE
STAGMANS WINESAP APPLES
STAR FRUIT
STEM APPLES
STRAWBERRY APPLES
STUART PECANS
SUGAR APPLES
SUMMER RAMBEAUS
SUNDAY SWEET APPLES
SWEET PEARS
TAME BERRIES
TAME HUCKLEBERRIES
TAME PEACHES
TILDEN PEARS
TRANSCENDENT CRABS
TRANSPARENT RASPBERRIES
TWENTY-OUNCE APPLES
TYSON PEARS
VINE APPLES
WAIWII
WEALTHY DUCHESS APPLES
WHITE BLACKBERRIES
WHITE CHERRIES
WHITE GRAPES
WHITE PEACHES
WHITE PLUMS
WHITNEY APPLES
WHITNEY CRAB APPLES
WINE BERRIES
WINTER BANANA APPLES
WONDER PEARS
YELLOW GOLDEN APPLES
YELLOW TRANPARENT APPLES
YORK IMPERIALS
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Small plants shaped like an umbrella that grow in woods and fields—which are not safe to eat:

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Small plants shaped like an umbrella that grow in woods and fields—which are not safe to eat:
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POISON MUSHROOMS
FROGSTOOLS
MUSHROOMS
POISONOUS MUSHROOMS
PUFFBALLS
DEADLY MUSHROOMS
FROG UMBRELLAS
NR
TOAD-FROGSTOOLS
WILD MUSHROOMS
AMINITA
BAD MUSHROOMS
BULLTOAD'S UMBRELLAS
DEATH ANGEL
DEVIL'S BREAD
DEVIL'S NOSE
DEVIL'S SNUFFBOX
DEVIL'S UMBRELLAS
DEVILSTOOLS
FAIRY UMBRELLAS
FROG BREAD
FROG PLANT
FROG TABLES
FUNGUS
HOPTOAD-STOOL
LICHENS
MANDRAKES
MAYAPPLES
PEPEAU
POISON
POISONOUS FUNGI
POISONOUS TOADSTOOLS
POLISH MUSHROOMS
TOADFROG BREAD
TOADFROGS
TOADS
TOADSTOO
TOODSTOALS
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What do you call the thick outside covering of a walnut?

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What do you call the thick outside covering of a walnut?
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SHELL
NR
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SHUCK
BURR
SKIN
BARK
POD
COVER
OUTER SHELL
COAT
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OUTER HULL
OUTSIDE HULL
OUTSIDE SHELL
RIND
CASING
COATING
COVERING
CULLS
FIBER
GATHER
GREEN HULL
HARD SHELL
JACKET
PETH
RINES
SEED
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The hard part inside the husk (or other word) of a walnut that you have to break:

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The hard part inside the husk (or other word) of a walnut that you have to break:
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HULL
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NUT
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SKIN
WALNUT
INNER HULL
NUT SHELL
SHUCK
BARK
CORE
COVER
HARD HULL
HUSK
INSIDE HULL
INSIDE SHELL
INSIDES
MEAT
MEMBRANE
PART OF THE NUT
PART OF THE SHELL
PARTITION
PEELINGS
SECOND SHELL
SPINE
STONE
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