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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A fruit is the ripened ovary of a flowering plant, used as a means of disseminating seeds. Many fruits are edible and make up a major food group in the diets of many species.

The Armada was an agricultural colony which produced crops of fruits that fed people throughout a sector. (TNG comic: "Space Seeds")

Types of fruit

Berries

Connections


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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

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Fallout

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Fruits are the means by which flowering plants disseminate seeds, and the presence of seeds indicates that a structure is most likely a fruit, though not all seeds come from fruits. Most fruit found after the Great War has been infected with the radiation of the wasteland, and passes on a few rads to anyone that consumes it.

Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics

Fruit
File:Chem_Fruit.png
effects: Immediate:
+1 to +4 Hit Points
After 2 Hours:
+1 Radiated
After 8 Hours:
+1 Radiated
addiction: None
weight: 1 pound
value: $10

A strange piece of fruit that appears to be an apple. No preservatives and no additional food coloring added. This fruit has been infected with the radiation of the wasteland, and passes on a few rads to anyone that consumes it.

In Fallout 2, Fruit can be used to make Super Stimpaks. Myron can be recruited into the party, and with 76% or more Science skill, the Chosen One can ask Myron to make Super Stimpacks: the recipe is Fruit + Nuka Cola + Stimpak. Each one takes a little time to make; a good way to kill time while waiting for shops to open, or healing skills to reset, etc.

The apple version can be seen in Fallout and Fallout 2, and the pear version can be seen in Fallout Tactics.

Fallout 3

There are several types of fruit in Fallout 3:

Fallout consumables
Fallout 2 consumables
Fallout Tactics consumables

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Sawyer and Kate with a bundle of plantains gathered by Kate

After the crash of Flight 815, the survivors' main sources of food are fruit collected from the jungle, fish from the ocean, and DHARMA food from the Swan or the supply drop.

Contents

Foods gathered by the survivors

Collecting food is dangerous, hard work
Hurley's fruit salad, as Desmond predicts the future.
Charlie's fruit salad courtship of Claire in "Par Avion"

The survivors have several sources of food, but mainly just protein and carbohydrates. The survivors used remaining airplane food as their main source of food until it ran out around the time of the episode "Walkabout". This is depicted when Hurley delivers two trays of it to Claire in "Pilot, Part 1".

Protein

  • Pork from feral boars, generally hunted and killed by John Locke. (However, since filming with boars was found to be a production nightmare (Lost: On Location (Season 1)), boar has been deemphasized as part of the Lostaway diet.)
  • Seafood, including fish and sea urchin, usually procured by Jin, who was raised by a fisherman, and mussels, which can be pulled off the rocks at the beach.
  • Jin was seen chopping a fish on board The Elizabeth in "The Glass Ballerina". The red fish was likely an Onaga, a deep-water fish unlikely to be caught fishing off a sailboat.
  • The Tailies successfully caught, killed and cooked up a feral chicken, however, chickens have not been seen near the main camp. It is possible that Goodwin smuggled in the chicken from the Barracks.
  • Danielle is depicted in a deleted scene on the Season 1 DVDs as eating a raw egg, likely liberated from a bird's nest. In addition, in a deleted scene on the Season 2 DVDs, Rose is seen cooking powdered eggs.
  • Rabbits, Nathan and Bernard build a a trap which is supposed to catch rabbits in "The Other 48 Days" it is unknown however if they were successful. Alex also is skinning a rabbit in "Greatest Hits".

Carbohydrates

  • Fruit, including plantains, bananas, mangos, passion fruit, guava and papayas,

often gathered by Kate

  • Coconut milk and the flesh of the coconut.
  • Locke is seen eating an orange in "Pilot, Part 1" as Kate removes a pair of boots from a corpse.
  • The contents of Sun's garden, which have not been specifically identified but both herbs (which may be either medicinal and/or edible) and fruit tree saplings (specifically guava, passion fruit and mango) have been mentioned. ("Hearts and Minds")

Fruit salad

Fruit salad has appeared on the Island several times in Season 3. It seems Hurley is often the one preparing the salad, and this might be a result of the choices about his eating habits he made in the Season 2 episode, "Dave".

In "Par Avion", Charlie courts Claire using a surprise bowl of fruit salad.

DHARMA-branded foods

Desmond's merlot from "Live Together, Die Alone"
DHARMA-product on display at the ABC Commissary ("Disney's Hollywood Studios")
The Swan pantry
The chocolate cream cookie box
DHARMA-product on display at the ABC Commissary ("Disney's Hollywood Studios")
DHARMA food at Lost: The Auction
  • The DHARMA Initiative provides a range of DHARMA-branded staples familiar to consumers of a Western diet. This food, originally discovered in the Swan, was the source of a large feast in "Everybody Hates Hugo". The survivors later obtained more DHARMA foods from a supply drop. Some of these foods have an unnaturally long shelf life, as the ranch dressing, at least, can last for seven years without refrigeration.
  • Much of the food is labeled DI 9FFTR731.
  • List of DHARMA-supplied food:
    • Peanut butter
    • Apollo candy bars first found in the Swan pantry by Kate (who could not resist eating one), and by Hurley in a dream. Rose was also seen saving one for her missing husband Bernard.
    • Ranch composite
    • Dharmalars
    • Wine
    • Rum (Juliet drinks a bottle after the Freighter explodes.) ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")
    • Macaroni and Cheese Supper
    • Green Beans
    • Salami sausage (among supplies Hurley was packing for his and Libby's picnic)
    • Chocolate cream cookies (Hurley gives Sawyer some advice on how to separate the cookie from the frosting)
    • Nutribar (Sawyer offers Hurley one on the hike to free Walt)
    • Fish crackers (look similar to Goldfish)
    • Tuna (Rose mentions it to Hurley while they're doing the survey and it looks like Kate and Jack are eating some during the party)
    • Olive oil (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Ketchup (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Pickles (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Vegetable oil (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Pasta (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Apple cider (label visible in pantry picture)
    • “Crepes Au Chocolat” was one of the many edibles found in Hurley's food stash. It appears this is the only item that has a French name.
    • DHARMA brand bottled water (given to Jack by Juliet in "A Tale of Two Cities")
    • DHARMA Beer and Light Beer (seen in "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead")
    • Soda Crackers (seen in "Enter 77")
    • Tomato Sauce
    • Olives (label seen in Swan pantry and in Sawyer's stash)
    • Pork and Beans (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • Whole Wheat Kernel Corn (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • Mushrooms (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • "Mountain Dew" like beverage (label visible in Swan pantry (left))
    • Spiced Pork and Ham (visible in Ben's refrigerator in "The Man from Tallahassee")
    • Powdered milk (label visible in camp kitchen in "The Man Behind the Curtain")
    • Sausages (label visible at the boar barbecue in "Left Behind")
    • A-1 Sauce (visible and mentioned at the boar barbecue in "Left Behind")
  • DHARMA-supplied food, as seen in Hurley's stash, or being eaten by Hurley from his stash:
    • Potato chips
    • Toasted oats cereal
    • Assorted cookies
    • Marshmallows
    • Apple sauce
    • Mandarin oranges
    • Kidney beans
    • Sweet peas
    • Pears
    • Crackers

Non-branded DHARMA food

In the 1970's at the Barracks, DHARMA had access to a variety of fresh foods including:


The Others’ food

Juliet with a grilled cheese sandwich.

Miscellaneous foods

Right before she dies, Juliet tell Sawyer they should get coffee. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Plot elements

  • Kate tells her husband Kevin that she "doesn't do 'taco night'" before she leaves him. ("I Do")
  • Dave constantly tries to make Hurley eat, including on "taco night", and mentioning leftover lasagna at the institution. ("Dave")
  • Sawyer, Kate, Jack, and Hurley play poker with the stakes initially being fruit. ("Lockdown")
  • Sawyer's cage as prisoner of the Others is a device designed to give a food and water reward for certain sequences of behaviors.
  • Cattle outside the Flame, as well as beef stored inside, were featured in "Enter 77".
  • Ben insolently asks Jack and Locke "Do you guys got any milk?" ("The Whole Truth")
  • The Oceanic Six's story of subsisting on fish and coconuts is related as unbelievable in the Season 4 DVD extra "The Oceanic Six: A Conspiracy of Lies."
  • Miles orders a fish taco from La Vida Tacos, then sarcastically says that Bram owes him another one after having been kidnapped in a van. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Locke fixes a captive Ben a breakfast consisting of a melon and fried eggs. ("Eggtown")

See also


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Recipes

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Fruit refers to a variety of food found around RuneScape. Players can eat some fruits to regain hitpoints, or use them as ingredients in other food items with the Cooking skill.

Members can grow some fruits with the Farming skill, often in a fruit tree patch. However, most berries are grown in a bush patch, and some fruits are grown in allotments.

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Growing fruits

Fruit trees

Bushes

Allotments

Fruits that players cannot grow

Current fruit prices

Icon Item Price Direction Low Alch High Alch Store Details Days Last updated
Cooking apple Cooking apple 292
0 0 1 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Banana Banana 102
1 1 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Dwellberries Dwellberries 143
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Grapes Grapes 238
0 0 {{{Store}}} view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Lemon Lemon 57
0 1 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Lime Lime 30
1 2 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Orange Orange 261
1 1 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Papaya fruit Papaya fruit 1,770
25 38 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Pineapple Pineapple 67
0 100 About 100 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Redberries Redberries 103
1 2 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Strawberry Strawberry 45
7 10 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Tomato Tomato 76
5 8 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Watermelon Watermelon 92
160 200 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)

See also

References

  1. ^ Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? - AskOxford.com

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Fruit was a substance that came in different sizes, shapes, and colors. It was usually edible, but not always. Types of fruit included blumfruit and muja fruit.

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SWG Wiki

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A floral food resource often used by Domestics Traders in foods.

This Flora resource can be harvested by a floral farm.


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