One fact about the potato bug is that this little animal is technically not a bug at all, but a member of the crustacean family. Biologically, potato bugs are closer to crayfish or...
America's most popular vegetable, potatoes can be boiled, baked, fried, microwaved, steamed, or roasted, with or without their peels. They're often paired with butter, sour cream, or oil, but...
Potato Facts. Did you know? *Today potatoes are grown in all 50 states of the
USA and in about 125 countries throughout the world. *The sweet potato belongs
Potato History and Fun Facts. Origins of the Potato varieties of potatoes on a map
. The potato, from the perennial Solanum tuberosum, is the world's fourth ...
Potatoes are vegetables but they contain a lot of starch (carbohydrates) that
make them more like rice, pasta and bread in terms of nutrition. Much like rice,
Aug 19, 2013 ... Happy National Potato Day! Monday, Aug. 19, 2013, is a day to celebrate one of
America's favorite foods, according to ABC News, and we've ...
Fun facts about potatoes. Here are some fun facts you may not have known about
potatoes! The potato is the most universally grown crop in the world. The Inca ...
Here's a look at some interesting facts about the potato, including nutritional and
numbers, such as how many are grown to become frozen french fries.
Potato Fun Facts The potato originated in the Andes of Bolivia and Peru. It was
there, in 1537 that the Spanish conquistadors discovered the potato. From there it
The potato is about 80% water and 20% solids. An 8-ounce baked or boiled
potato has only about 100 calories. The average American eats 137.9 pounds of