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Entry from May 21, 2020
“Popcorn is a vegetable”

Corn can be considered a rain, a vegetable and a fruit. What about popcorn?
”Рорсоrn is a vegetable” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on May 20, 2020. Almost no one who eats popcorn believes it is a vegetable, however.
Good Housekeeping
Is Corn a Grain, Vegetable, or Fruit? The Answer Is D, All of the Above
Who knew corn was such a multitasker?!

Dec 7, 2018
Look for corn in the grocery store, and you’ll find it in the veggie section. The most recent USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans lists corn as both a starchy vegetable and grain.
Even the Whole Grains Council is on board with a hybrid definition. “Fresh corn is usually classified as a vegetable, and dried corn (including popcorn) as a grain,” it states.
So while botanically speaking corn is not a vegetable, you can still get away with calling it one.
Popular Science
Is corn a fruit, a vegetable, or a grain?
Another classic debate for the ages, answered as thoroughly as possible.

By Sara Chodosh
September 24, 2019
There’s a decent, if highly philosophical, argument to be made that we should go by the definition that most people use. If folks think of squashes as vegetables, maybe they are vegetables. The same might go for corn. For his part, Pritts acknowledges that we do eat corn as we do other veggies, but notes that still doesn’t technically make it one. We’ll leave it to you to decide which definitions you want to abide by—there’s a decent argument for them all.
Women’s Health
Is Corn A Grain, A Fruit, Or A Vegetable? Here’s What Nutritionists Say
Or…all three?

MAR 6, 2020
“The definition of a vegetable is ‘a usually herbaceous plant grown for an edible part that is usually eaten as part of a meal,’” Gorin says. Yep, corn definitely fits the bill.
Plus, the 2015-2020 U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans also lists corn as both a vegetable and a grain, she adds. So the double-identity is actually legit.
Ultimately, like many other types of produce, corn can be considered a grain, a vegetable, and a fruit.
Posted by u/Taterz11 May 20, 2020
Рорсоrn is a vegetable
For nutritional purposes, corn hasn’t been classified as a vegetable for a while. It is a starch. So are potatoes.
Ergo, if corn isn’t a vegetable, neither is popcorn.
Corn was never a vegetable as far as I know. It’s a grain/cereal because corn is a grass (Poaceae).
A potato is a root vegetable. It’s in the same genus (Solanum) as tomatoes and eggplants.
Zoor Kriid
Рорсоrn is a vegetable /u/Taterz11
1:46 AM · May 20, 2020·IFTTT
shower thoughts
Рорсоrn is a vegetable #thinkaboutit
2:14 AM · May 20, 2020·IFTTT

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