potato peel

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Noun1.potato peel - crisp fried potato peelingpotato peel - crisp fried potato peeling    
snack food - food for light meals or for eating between meals
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Antioxidant activity of sweet potato peel is due to the presence of phenolic acids (Oyeneho and Hettiardichy, 1993).
The result suggests that sweet potato peel could be a natural renewable and valuable source of biodegradable ecofriendly alkyd resin with potentials for future exploration.
3]) and percentage yield (%) of bioethanol produced from sweet potato peel as a result of enzyme hydrolysis with Gloeophyllum sepiarium and Pleurotus ostreatus and fermention with Zymomonas mobilis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
TOUR operator Channel Islands Direct is offering an exclusive package to encourage literary lovers to discover the island behind bestseller, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer.
Packed in 750g polybags, the product features pieces of potato peel left in cut lengths of the fries, which give it a certain rustic appeal.
The peeling action is smooth although not only did it take off potato peel but quite a bit of potato, too.
Increased levels of solanine in the potato peel are closely associated with the greening (synthesis of chlorophyll) of the peel.
Sweet potato peels are a good source of dietary fiber, which has been associated with reduced intestinal bulk, a decreased risk for cancer and other health-promoting activities.
The Dutch Government also announced on November 12 that it will investigate the factory owned by Canadian multinational frozen chip producer McCain, where the dioxin-contaminated potato peels originated.
The problem usually boils down to stuffing too many potato peels and other debris down the garbage disposal, Dorn said.