Let $\mathbb{V}$ denote Prikry-Silver forcing. That is, $\mathbb{V}$ is forcing with partial functions $\omega \rightarrow 2$ with coinfinite domain or forcing with uniform trees.

Let $\dot x$ denote the canonical name for the unique real given by the generic filter. A real $r \in V[G]$ is a $\mathbb{V}$ generic real if and only if there exists some $H \subseteq \mathbb{V}$ and $H \in V[G]$ such that $V[H] \models r = \dot x_G$.

The question is: Is every new real in $V[G]$ a $\mathbb{V}$-generic real.

This meaning, if $p \in \mathbb{V}$ and $\tau \in V^{\mathbb{V}}$ and $p \Vdash_{\mathbb{V}} \tau \in {}^\omega 2 \wedge \tau \notin \check V$, then there exists a $q \leq_{\mathbb{V}} p$ such that $q \Vdash_{\mathbb{V}} \tau = \dot x$.

It is known that every new real in the Sacks extension, is a Sack generic real. Both Sacks forcing and Prikry-Silver forcing add reals of minimal degree (although Sacks actually is a minimal extension and Silver forcing is not).

Does having all new reals being generic follow from adding reals of minimal degree? If not, what is a counterexample of a forcing adding minimal degree such that a new real is not a generic real for that forcing?

Thanks.