white potato


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white potato

[′wīt pə′tād·ō]
(botany)
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Caption: ARS scientists developed a method to rapidly estimate the amount of acrylamide, a potential carcinogen, in white potato French fries.
It belongs to the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae) and is not related to the white potato (nightshade family).
Solanum tuberosum, the scientific name of the humble white potato, looks simple.
The Spinach Latkes With Nutmeg Cream make a colorful addition to a platter of white potato or sweet potato latkes or a good accompaniment for baked fish.
The substitution of white potato for sweet potato was not only in social use, but in agricultural method as well.
Well-known members include the common white potato, S.
And you can surprise your family with a delicious White Potato Pie for dessert.
But think outside the white potato to multi-colored fingerling potatoes, purple potatoes or red potatoes.
Whole fruit Carb swaps Cream cracker > Oatcake Crisps > Popcorn White potato > Sweet potato Cornflakes > Porridge Davina on.