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The flowers of the eggplant are white to purple and the fruit when cultivated is much larger than on the wild form of the plant. The fruit is considered to have a bitter taste but this is not the case when it has been cooked. The bitterness of the plant is removed when it is cooked and the plant is capable of absorbing sauces allowing for some very rich dishes. The seeds and the skin of the plant are edible and the eggplant is used in many different dishes throughout the world.

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