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What is a goosefoot vegetable?

Goosefoot , (genus Chenopodium), genus of several weedy salt-tolerant plants belonging to the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), found in temperate regions around the world. Goosefoot plants are often rank-smelling, and a number of species have leaves that resemble the foot of a goose—hence their common name.

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In this regard, what is the goosefoot family?

Amaranthaceae Chenopodiaceae

what is Bathu in English? Chenopodium album- Bathua is extensively cultivated and consumed in Northern India as a food crop and it is called as Chenopodium album in english . Though cultivated in some regions, the plant is elsewhere considered a weed. Common names include lamb's quarters, melde, goosefoot and fat-hen.

Furthermore, what vegetables are in the beet family?

The Beet family has three members here in the garden: Swiss chard , beets, and amaranth. The fourth well-known member of this family, not grown in the garden, is spinach. Chard is by far the oldest member of the beet family.

What is in the spinach family?

Amaranthaceae

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