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Vegetables Defined

The word vegetable is from the Latin vegetare “to enliven,” from vegetus “vigorous, active,” from vegere “to be alive, active” in reference to a plant growing Download JeongJeong 2.

In common speech, a vegetable is the edible part of a plant that is not sweet-tasting Annie Bread. The use of the word vegetable can be somewhat arbitrary because of that. For example, in Mexico and the U.S., the avocado is used in salads and dips, and is therefore considered a vegetable Only Park Gu-yoon downloaded mp3. However, in Brazil the avocado is eaten with sugar as a dessert or in milk shakes, and is considered a fruit. To see which foods are considered to be vegetables that may actually be fruit, read the tip Fruit Defined Download KLab.

Botany is the science of plants. It involves study of the structure of plants and results in their classification based on their structure. In botany, parts of plants are not named based on their taste futura bk 폰트 다운로드. A vegetable is the edible part of a plant that does not have seeds. This would mean the leaf, stem, or root of a plant. For example, the part of the carrot plant that we eat – the carrot – has no seeds in it and is classified as a vegetable pclink2000 다운로드.

Here are some of the different parts of plants used as vegetables:

  • Buds such as Brussel sprouts and capers.
  • Bulbs such as fennel, garlic, onions, and shallots Download kakaotalk emoji.
  • Flower buds such as artichokes, broccoli, and cauliflower.
  • Leaf sheaths such as leeks.
  • Leaves such as beet greens, bok choi, collard greens, endive, kale, lettuce, spinach, and watercress 애플뮤직 자동.
  • Roots such as beets, burdocks, carrots, parsnips, radishes, rutabagas, and turnips.
  • Sprouts such as alfalfa, mung beans and soybean Download word free resume.
  • Stems of leaves such as cardoon, celery, lemon grass, and rhubarb.
  • Stem shoots such as asparagus, bamboo shoots, and ginger.
  • Tubers (a fleshy, usually rounded outgrowth of a shoot below the earth) such as Jerusalem artichokes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, taro potatoes, and yams 콜오브듀티4.

May your body be enlivened through vegetables!

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