It is on MY food pyramid.
hahaha you wish jelly fish
No, but it's a cute idea! :)<br />
Cacao and coffee start as beans. Tea leaves are vegetables. When you seep them in water to make a beverage, you lose the vegetation quality. In other words, you don't get the cellulose and insoluble fiber because they get left behind. For an item to qualify as a vegetable for the sake of our diet, it has to include the solid matter (pulp, for example) so that your intestines can process it and make your crap more fluffy, if you will.<br />
Sugar is the same way. It comes from a vegetable (sugar cane or sugar beets) but the end product lacks vegetable matter for your intestines.
Technically, a bean is a seed and the pod is actually fruit. This helps to illustrate that many of the things that people call vegetables are really not.<br />
Beans are actually seeds.
nice going years or research studies testing and after school specials and you manage to destroy the food pyramid with a EP question
oh, I do admire the logic to this...........pass me that box of Maltesers..........thanks
no dear bean is a part exists in every plant but in chocolate it's the edible part beans are not restricrted to veggies
yes. this logic is irrefutable. EAT ALL YOUR VEGGIES!!