Fruits have natural grown sugar and veggies don’t <3 Channel and Camri Ledesma
Vegetables most definitely do contain natural sugars; corn sugar is the main source for sugars that become whiskey and ethanol (in the US). Fruits are the reproductive body of plants, where the seeds are found. The “fruit” of a pecan tree is the nut; the fruit of a pea plant is the pod of peas. You could define vegetables as edible plant parts that are not the fruiting body, such as root things like onions or the leaves of lettuce. Seems mostly semantics to me. The link has one take on the question.
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