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Is a potato a vegetable?
Neither! Potatoes are actually tubers, meaning they are the root of the plant. They are also a starch.
Tomatoes (which are really a fruit) Corn in it's many forms (although it's a grain) Beans (although they are legumes) Cabbage is popular in many different countries and is ver…y cheap. It may be second in line.
Botanically, yes, they are a vegetative plant organ. Potatoes are the tuber (root) of a fruit bearing plant. But nutritionally potatoes are considered a starch/carbohydrate an…d not vegetables.
it's a vegetable
A potato is a tuber. Although technically a vegetable is just a part of a plant that is edible apart from fruit or seeds. So it could be argued as both really or you could jus…t settle with a tuberous vegetable.
It is a vegetable, Although considered a starch due to it's High Carbohydrate (and Calorie) Content, and ability to be used for breads. A potato is 7% resistant Starch.
no they are fruits
Neither. Potato is actually a substitute for carbohydrates like rice, wheat, maize etc. In many parts of the world it is used as a main food. Traditionally many places it is u…sed in place of a vegetable even though technically it is not.
A potato is a vegetable, an edible tuber
It is a root vegetable and is carbohydrate by nature.
A potato is a...................VEGGIE! It doesn't have seeds. Anything that has seeds is considered a fruit!
In rural America, that would be... Lunch! Potatoes ARE vegetables.