@Ttemmie - Kameron: It is a possible translation. "eat", "are eating" and "do eat" can all be used, but "do eat" is the least used. It is never used when simply making a statement; only when contradicting. Someone would have to have claimed that animals don't eat strawberries and your sentence would be the response. (sorry - my phone app allows me to add new comments but not to reply directly)
She eats = She is eating
There are small differences to do with continuous action, habitual action or single action. However, in English, these are both the present tense.
Most languages apart from English just have one present tense (or one mainly used present tense).
"She eats" and "she is eating" are both "hun spiser".
"She will eat the food" is the future: "hun skal spise". Notice the difference between "spiser" (present) and "spise" (infinitive used as part of the future).
I hope that helps. Do ask again if it's not clear.