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What is the water chestnut?

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Jeremy Eubank

Water chestnuts are tube like roots. They grow on a plant in the bottom of fresh water bodies. They are harvested with forks!

Jessie Vitiello

A water chestnut isnt a nut at all, but an aquatic vegetable. It gets it name because it resembles one. A Staple in Asian cuisine.

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