• I dont have a potato masher 2 make mashed potatoes?

    but i have anew pair of shoes that r rly clean should i just put the pan on the floor and stomp on the potatoes to mash them ?
    but i have anew pair of shoes that r rly clean should i just put the pan on the floor and stomp on the potatoes to mash them ?
    15 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 day ago
  • Is it true that one could just eat POTATOES ONLY and be perfectly healthy? how true and why?

    Best answer: "Is it true that one could just eat POTATOES ONLY and be perfectly healthy? how true and why?" No it is NOT true that one could eat just potatoes, and still be perfectly healthy, the reason being that there is no vitamin B12 found in the flesh of the potato. The fact there is NOT one food item, that we... show more
    Best answer: "Is it true that one could just eat POTATOES ONLY and be perfectly healthy? how true and why?"

    No it is NOT true that one could eat just potatoes, and still be perfectly healthy, the reason being that there is no vitamin B12 found in the flesh of the potato. The fact there is NOT one food item, that we as humans eat, that's from either plant based source, or from an animal based source, that's the one perfect food.

    Now the statement and claim made that potatoes contain very little in the way of nutrition is also NOT true. A baked white potato, at about ten and half ounces with the skin, is also a very significant source of the following:

    Vitamin B1 or thiamine, at thirteen percent.
    Vitamin B3 or niacin at twenty one percent.
    Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid at eleven percent.
    Vitamin B6 at fourty sic percent.
    Vitamin B9 or folate at twenty one percent.

    Now it is true that it's also a good source of vitamin C and potassium. However a white baked potato is also at ten and a half ounces a good source for the following essential minerals.

    Iron at eighteen percent.
    Magnesium at twenty one percent.
    Phosphorus at twenty one percent.
    Copper at eighteen percent.
    Manganese at thirty three percent.

    A ten and a half ounce potato will also provide about twenty six percent of the daily fiber. Now that same baked potato, will also provide all nine of the essential amino acids, and with NO NEED for a complimentary food to also be added, in order to complete it, for protein, at seven and a grams of protein. So as a source of nutrition, the baked white potato packs a lot more nutrition than what many have been lead to believe and thereby claim. That same baked white potato will also provide just over six and a half grams of fiber or slightly over twenty six and a half percent of the daily recommended amount of fiber.

    This therein debunks all of the claims, which has been put forth by some people, that science doesn't, and can't back. But of course there are some who will state that science is wrong in this case as they're right and haven't read beyond the opinions of some self acclaimed and self proclaimed great grand master expert guru on nutrition.

    Now although I've spent a lot of my own personal time, studying and reading on the matter nutritional research, and that's been over a course of several many years now, I'm BY NO means any type of an expert, and/or guru where nutrition is concerned. However when and where nutrition is concerned, I do NOT take any sides, where dietary preferences are concerned.
    19 answers · Vegetarian & Vegan · 2 days ago
  • Eating meat again?

    I've been a vegetarian all my life (17 years) and today I had 3 chicken nuggets. It was the first time I'd ever eaten meat (apart from fish fingers) but I was wondering whether I'd get sick as a result?
    I've been a vegetarian all my life (17 years) and today I had 3 chicken nuggets. It was the first time I'd ever eaten meat (apart from fish fingers) but I was wondering whether I'd get sick as a result?
    11 answers · Vegetarian & Vegan · 12 hours ago
  • How can i make scrambled eggs without it sticking to the pan?

    Best answer: A good non stick skillet and use a dab of butter or the bacon, ham,or sausage drippings.
    Best answer: A good non stick skillet and use a dab of butter or the bacon, ham,or sausage drippings.
    13 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 day ago
  • What did you eat for breakfast today?

    What did you eat for breakfast today?

    Best answer: Apple pancakes with scrambled eggs and bacon
    Best answer: Apple pancakes with scrambled eggs and bacon
    14 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 1 day ago
  • Why doesn't McDonalds have Peeking Duck on their menu? Are they racist against Chinese people?

    Best answer: Yes. Start the class action. And since they don't have a New York Strip steak on the menu, they are racist against New Yorkers-so there's another class action suit coming.
    Best answer: Yes. Start the class action. And since they don't have a New York Strip steak on the menu, they are racist against New Yorkers-so there's another class action suit coming.
    11 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 20 hours ago
  • What is your favorite juice?

    Best answer: Mango
    Best answer: Mango
    46 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 4 days ago
  • Why do we crave pizza?

    Best answer: Carbs and fat.
    Cheese is addictive (casomorphins) and we crave carbs and fat a lot, especially if we get to hungry.
    Best answer: Carbs and fat.
    Cheese is addictive (casomorphins) and we crave carbs and fat a lot, especially if we get to hungry.
    12 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 1 day ago
  • PLEASE WHAT IS THE NAME OF THIS VEGETABLE??

    PLEASE WHAT IS THE NAME OF THIS VEGETABLE??

    Best answer: Armenian cucumber i think
    Best answer: Armenian cucumber i think
    14 answers · Vegetarian & Vegan · 2 days ago
  • Do you cook snail ...?

    Best answer: I'm not a fan of snails. I've had them a couple times and they are just little chewy snotballs that taste of butter and garlic, I can think of better things to eat with butter and garlic. When I was young I worked at a restaraunt that sold snails (which is where I tried them). The snails came from cans... show more
    Best answer: I'm not a fan of snails. I've had them a couple times and they are just little chewy snotballs that taste of butter and garlic, I can think of better things to eat with butter and garlic.

    When I was young I worked at a restaraunt that sold snails (which is where I tried them). The snails came from cans and the kitchen staff would stuff them into the shells that would be collected, cleaned and reused. That grossed me out.
    14 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 2 days ago