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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_corn

Sweet corn is a variety of maize with a high sugar content. Sweet corn is the result of a naturally .... Fresh, canned and frozen sweet corn rank among the top ten vegetables in value and per capital consumption. Frozen cut corn is exceeded ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corn_kernel

Corn kernels are the fruits of maize. Maize is a grain, and the kernels are used in cooking as a vegetable or a source of starch. One ear of corn contains roughly ...

www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/is-corn-a-vegetable

Aug 22, 2016 ... Answering the question of whether or not corn is a vegetable sounds like it would be simple. In fact, it's a little more complicated than it appears.

articles.extension.org/pages/36971/please-settle-a-dispute-is-sweet-corn-a-vegetable-or-a-grain-what-is-the-difference-how-about-field-

May 18, 2009 ... Corn seed is actually a vegetable, a grain, and a fruit. Corn seed is a vegetable because it is harvested for eating. (Usually sweet corn when ...

wholegrainscouncil.org/whole-grains-101/easy-ways-enjoy-whole-grains/grain-month-calendar/corn-%E2%80%93-october-grain-month

Known as “maize” in most of the world, corn is actually the most widely-grown crop in the Americas, where it originated. But is corn a grain or a vegetable? We' re ...

www.newhealthguide.org/Is-Corn-A-Vegetable.html

The argument: Is corn a vegetable, or fruit, has been asked and argued by many. The question needs to be carefully analyzed in order to get the answer.

www.marksdailyapple.com/corn-is-not-a-vegetable

Dec 18, 2006 ... Friends, corn is not a vegetable. It's not. We are perplexed as to when corn entered the American dietary lexicon as a veggie, because it's a ...

www.sciencealert.com/here-s-why-corn-is-a-fruit-capsicums-are-berries-rhubarb-s-a-vegetable-and

Jun 25, 2015 ... Prepare to have your world shattered, because corn is a fruit, rhubarb is a vegetable, capsicums are berries, and strawberries are none of these ...

marinmg.ucanr.edu/files/141899.pdf

Corn, Zea mays, belongs to the Poaceae family, and while eaten sometimes as a vegetable and sometimes as a grain, it is actually classified by botanists as a.