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 Are potatoes fruits or vegetables?

Answer This question requires two answers. Botanically, yes, they are a vegetative plant organ. Nutritionally, no, they are a carbohydrate.
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If you need 5 fruits and vegetables a day are you saying you need 5 fruits and 5 vegetables Or just 5 total?

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Why some meat eaters think eating vegetables,fruits are wrong even if they're eating both meat and vegetables?

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Fruits or vegetables (ladies)?

A nice long thick cold cucumber! Oh yeah!
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