The NileRed video What is DNA and what does it taste like? | Edible Chem shows the extraction of a surprisingly large amount of DNA from some strawberries. At
02:22 the narrator says:
What I think is really cool, is that it’s actually possible to isolate DNA from pretty much any living thing. For this video though, I’ve decided to get it from strawberries, because it’s one of the easiest sources.
I'm wondering if DNA is inherently easier to extract from strawberries than other fruits, vegetables, or other foods in general, or if for some reason there is more DNA (or DNA plus other molecules bound to it) it in strawberries than other foods to begin with.