The origin of rhubarb is disputed, but it now grows throughout much of the world. The rhubarb plant grows large leaves—which are poisonous—and long, edible stems. Technically, rhubarb is not a fruit at all and it is actually a vegetable. However, since it is commonly thought of as a fruit (and used like one), this guide features it. Rhubarb has a strong sour taste; it is extremely tart, and it features in many sweetened desserts.
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