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I noticed that “watermelon” and “pineapple” are used as uncountable when the flesh of them is focused. Likewise, “strawberry” can be used as uncountable when strawberries are chopped or something?

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The diced or puréed flesh of a fruit can be treated as uncountable (e.g. 'a bowl of stewed apple'), but this is less likely with small fruits that we normally eat as a quantity of whole ones. I think 'chopped strawberries' is more idiomatic than 'chopped strawberry'.

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