Are Mushrooms a Vegetable?

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Mushrooms are a type of a vegetable but they are considered to be only partial vegetables as they lack leaves, roots or seeds. Mushrooms are a type of a fungus that grow in the dark and forms mushrooms by releasing spores.
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