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 Are potatoes a vegetable or fruit?

Answer Neither, potatoes belong to a group of plants known as the Solanaceae family. The family includes Datura (Jimson weed), mandrake, deadly nightshade (belladonna), capsicum (paprika, chili pepper), p... Read More »
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Are sweet potatoes a fruit or a vegetable?

Sweet potatoes are vegetables that require warm weather to grow. The plants are a vine related to morning glories and spread easily. Sweet potatoes are considered are a staple crop high in vitamin ... Read More »
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Why Are My Potatoes Bearing Tomatolike Fruit?

If you find tomatolike fruit on your potatoes, your first thought may be that some kind of cross-pollination has taken place with your tomato plants. However, when you investigate the genetic backg... Read More »
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Is a egg a fruit or vegetable?

Neither it is the unborn embryo of a chicken. Fruit is defined as- The ripened ovary or ovaries of a seed-bearing plant, together with accessory parts, containing the seeds and occurring in a wide... Read More »
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Is a fig a fruit or vegetable?

The fig is a tree Ficus Carica grown for its fruit since ancient times, so a fig is a fruit. Botanically all of the plant kingdom are vegetable matter but horticulturally a vegetable is a plant eit... Read More »
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