Cherry, one of the most popular fruits in the world, is a member of the Berry family. A cherry is actually the fruit of several species of the genus Prunus, which is trees with berry-like foliage. The branches of most trees in this family have stalks and branches, but not the leaves. The fruit is an enlargement of the tree's skin and contains several seeds. The Cherry's seed contains delectable taste which makes it one of the most popular fruits in the world.
One of the most prominent trees in the world, the Cherry tree is native to South America, Southern Asia, and Africa. The flesh of a cherry is pale to yellow in color, with a firm and thick rind. The trees are used for bark of wood and mulch, cabbages, paper, clothes, linens, pottery, jewelry, marbles, and other goods.
The word "cherry" comes from the Spanish word "cherro" for cherry, which is what the fruit is commonly called. Cherry trees are famous worldwide for their large and dark red juicy fruits. When picking the fruit from the tree, do not break or scoop the cherries because they will curdle. The fruit of a Cherry is very large and round with a thick rind. The seeds of a cherry are also round and small.
Due to its popularity as a daily beast, the term "cherry" has become slang for any number of things. Cherry is slang for a woman, is slang for married, is slang for young, married, is slang for beautiful, is slang for fresh, and a whole host of other things. If you have a pink cherries, it means that you are an adult. If a cherry tree has a purple or red cherries, it means that you are a child. If a cherry tree has a red, plump, juicy cherry, you are married.
Cherry is one of the twenty-six different genus prunes. Each of the twenty-six different genus prunes can be equated to a cherry. Therefore, each of the twenty-six different species of prunes can be equated to a cherry. Cherry is a beautiful, sweet, fragrant, tasty fruit that is at the very center of nature.
It is from this family of edible fruit that we derive our names for some of the most delicious tasting foods in the world: chocolate, orange, grapefruit, peach, kiwi, pear, apple, banana, plum, apricot, passion fruit, avocado, coconut, banana, grapes, raisins, dates, honey, blackberries, raisins, balsamic vinegar, balsamic, and the list goes on. These are all fruits that contain a slight amount of the berry known as tannin. Tannins are not bad for you, per se, but when consumed in excessive amounts, they can cause an unpleasant reaction in the body. In other words, they are not good for a person who's on a diet!