No, not all roots are brown, and the color of roots can vary somewhat within a species. For instance, carrots and radishes are vegetables, but not brown. The color of radishes is also affected by the nutrients in the soil in which they grow. Other roots, such as a yam or sweet potato, appear brown on the outside, but if cut open, are a different color on the inside.
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