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Yes, all beans are considered to be vegetables.

Soybean is unique among pulses as it is also an oilseed, containing about 20% of oil.

Only the edamame (young green soybean pod) qualifies as a vegetable, all other usages of the soybean involve some transformation, either from the whole beans, or from the protein-rich soybean flour after oil extraction.

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