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Since a vegetable is considered a fruit if it has seeds, when is a vegetable considered a vegetable?

 

Q. Since a vegetable is considered a fruit if it has seeds, when is a vegetable considered a vegetable? The calories/svg it provides?

 

A. In simple terms, anything that doesn’t have a seed: stalks (celery), leaves (lettuce, kale), roots (carrots, potatoes, beets), flowers (broccoli, artichokes).

 
 
 
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