I agree, technically you can plant any seed. If it is fertile and it grows, it might like your climate. The peach seed is a very good example. We have had a peach tree come up naturally from seed. It eventually bloomed but rarely bore fruit. One time it had two deformed peaches on it that never ripened. A seed from a pumpkin may have been fertilized by a squash and even though the vegetable grows nicely, it won't be what you wanted.
Yes! Just make a little hole in a spot that gets plenty of water and plant it! :D U don't need to dry it first I don't think cus we had a tomato plant and would somtims forget to pick the tomatos and they would fall in the soil and in a few weeks we would have bunches of little tomato plants coming up!! :D
Technically - yes, however, you need to consider if you have the right environment to grow that particular plant. For example, I can plant peach seeds, but there's no guarantee the seed will thrive in this cold climate.
for some vegtables you can but sometimes the seeds are unable to grow
you probably have to dry it out first but i'm sure it would work
You have to dry it first, but yeah.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure you can
Yes you can.