starchy vegetables are high in carbohydrates.
starchy vegetables contain more carbohydrates than non-starchy vegetables.
there are two primary categories of carbohydrates, essentially differentiated on the basis of their carbohydrate content (which is in the form of starch - a complex carbohydrate):starchy vegetablesnon-starchy vegetables
those vegetables which contain little amounts of starch are termed as non-starchy vegetables, and some examples include: artichokes, broccoli and bean sprouts.
vegetables high in their starch content are distinguished as starchy vegetables, and some examples include: potatoes, chickpeas and corn.hope this !
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