French Fries


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Nutrition Chips—UK A fast food consisting of long squared strips of potatoes deep-fired in oil and usually heavily salted. A small—68 gram—order of McDonald’s French fries has 209 calories with 10 grams of fat; a large—176 gram—order has 541 calories and 25 grams of fat; more than half of that fat is saturated
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To test new potato varieties for acrylamide, breeders grow them, make them into French fries, run a sample through a NIRS scan, and use the predictive calibration model to determine how much acrylamide is formed in each variety, Johanningsmeier explains.
Effects of cooking oil type and soak duration in HPLC water on acrylamide concentrations (mean [+ or -] SE) in french fries (means with different letters are significantly different).
Seventeen French fries sticks were taken for each frying session.
I was checking out how many calories a standard McDonald's serving on French fries packs in -- 290 kcal -- and I realised that a samosa has much less ( 252 kcal) and a vada pao, the inspiration for the McAloo Tikki Burger, is higher at 295 kcal.
Hundred grams of French fries cooked in Actifry contain 192 calories of which only 22 calories are from fat as compared to the same quantity being cooked in an electric deep fat fryer which contain over 245 calories and more than 73 calories in fat.
The highest levels have been found in French fries and potato chips, with lower levels in breads, cereals, and other baked or fried starches.
Although numerous studies have been conducted to explore the possibilities of reducing acrylamide levels in French fries, a team of researchers from Turkey has shown that by reducing the frying time and hence the acrylamide formation by microwave pre-cooking of potato strips prior to frying.
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A Valencia doctor who specializes in autism said Tuesday there is no medical evidence linking the disorder with additives found in McDonald's french fries, a connection at the center of a lawsuit filed on behalf of a boy who ate them at a local store.
French fries are the vegetable most commonly eaten by toddlers and are a key contributor to childhood obesity and excess intake of sodium, according to a study commissioned by Parsippany, N.
4 pounds of frozen potatoes, mostly french fries, Consumption of potato chips and canned and dehydrated potatoes has remained fairly constant at lower levels.