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According To Random House Unabridged Dictionary eatable means edible. Because English has a very large vocabulary, one of the words may sound unnatural to some, though.

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fivejedjonIt is difficult to know whether a person who says 'The dinner she served up was inedible' is using what some would say was the incorrect word, or is jokingly using the correct word to suggest that to eat it would prove fatal
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Edible pertains to the Nature of something e.g fruits. Some are edible (safe to eat) others are not (maybe poisonous). .
Eatable pertains to the Condition of something. A fruit might be edible but because it has gone bad it becomes uneatable
AnonymousEdible pertains to the Nature of something e.g fruits. Some are edible (safe to eat) others are not (maybe poisonous). .Eatable pertains to the Condition of something.
As I said three months ago, "However, many people use just one of them for both meanings".
I think both are correct.
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Yes correct. That is the same context as I was just trying to teach my one and only. It helped me a lot.....or is it alot?
edible = safe
eatable = tasty