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NIRERIN Posts: 13,043
11/6/13 4:35 P

that's because it depends on what classification system you go by.
the usda categorizes them both as vegetables, though popcorn does count as a grain.

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CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (84,727)
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11/6/13 4:25 P

Corn is definitely a grain. Potatoes are a starchy vegetable. I treat them as a carb or a starch.

You don't have to eat the whole thing.
HIMELISSA2007 Posts: 795
11/6/13 3:13 P

Ive heard different things on the subject. Could someone explain to me?

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