Who Brought the Potato to Europe?

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The potato plant was brought to Europe by Sir Walter Raleigh in the year 1585. this plant was not accepted by the Europeans at first, as some claimed that is was not mentioned in the Bible. The potato contains 20% solid and 80% water.
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