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Are Potatoes Paleo? / Ultimate Paleo Guide
Potatoes contain a natural toxin called saponin. Researchers haven’t studied saponin much, but it is thought that is causes nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea in some people
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4 weeks ago by csrollyson
The Cube Rule of Food, the Grand Unified Theory of Food Identification
can't help but be charmed by this ridiculously geometrically reductive argument.
Likewise, pizza is toast, a quesadilla is a sandwich, a hot dog is a taco, key lime pie is a quiche, and a burrito is a calzone.
food  geometry  sandwich  starch 
december 2018 by madamim
Application of microbial α-amylase in industry – A review
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology Elsevier Paula Monteiro de Souza and Pérola de Oliveira Magalhães Additional article information Abstract Amylases are one of…
biology  botany  enzymes  starch  hydrolysis  chemistry  anatomy  physiology  government  publishing  journal  research  articles  microbial  application 
august 2018 by asaltydog
How Temperature Affects the Ability of Amylase to Break Down Starch
Abstract Several experiments were conducted in order to understand how easily the enzyme amylase can break down starch depending on temperature differences.…
blog  biology  botany  enzymes  starch  hydrolysis  temperature  chemistry  anatomy  physiology 
august 2018 by asaltydog
The use of enzymes in starch hydrolysis
The use of enzymes in starch hydrolysis Enzyme Technology Starch is the commonest storage carbohydrate in plants. It is used by the plants themselves, by…
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august 2018 by asaltydog
Weedingtech | Industrial Herbicide-free weed control
We manufacture commercial eco-friendly weed control systems which use patented hot water & natural foam technology for eliminating unwanted vegetation and cleaning streets.
agriculture  garden  biology  control  botany  enzymes  starch  hydrolysis  chemistry  anatomy  physiology  toxicology 
august 2018 by asaltydog
Instant Pot (Pressure Cooker) Spaghetti Squash
1. Cut the spaghetti squash in half, crosswise.
2. With a large spoon, scoop out the seeds in the center of the squash and discard the gunk.
3. Place the steamer insert/trivet into your pressure cooker. Add 1 cup of water to the pot.
4. Place the squash halves on the steamer insert. I put them cut-side up, but it doesn’t really matter which way is up.
5. Place the lid on the pressure cooker and cook under high pressure for 7 minutes. On an Instant Pot, press the “Manual” button and hold the “—” button until the “30” on the display changes to “7.” (If you’re using a stove-top pressure cooker, you won’t have to worry about pressing all those fancy buttons. Just cook on high heat until high pressure is reached. Then, reduce the heat to low to maintain high pressure for about 6 minutes.)
When the squash is finished cooking, release the valve at the top of the pressure cooker to rapidly lower the pressure.
Remove the lid from the pot and tip the squash halves to pour out the collected liquid. Check on the doneness by poking the squash with a fork. I like my spaghetti squash to be tender, but still toothsome—never squeaky. (If you like your squash more tender, cook under high pressure for an additional 1-3 minutes.)
Take the squash out of the pot and shred with a fork.
november 2017 by calliope912
Carbohydrate issues: type and amount. - PubMed - NCBI
Both the type and amount of carbohydrate found in foods influence postprandial glucose levels and can also affect overall glycemic control in individuals with diabetes. This review, based on the American Diabetes Association's Nutrition Recommendations and Interventions for Diabetes, and the American Dietetic Association's Evidence Analysis Library (Diabetes 1 and 2), provides a description and interpretation of the clinical studies involving diabetes and type and amount of carbohydrate. Although the relationship between blood glucose and insulin is linear, not all types of carbohydrate are fully metabolized to blood glucose. Added sugars such as sucrose and high fructose corn syrup are digested, absorbed, and fully metabolized in a similar fashion to naturally occurring mono- and disaccharides. Only about half of the carbohydrate grams from sugar alcohols and half or less from dietary fiber are metabolized to glucose whereas almost all "other carbohydrate" (mainly starch such as amylose and amylopectin) becomes blood glucose.
diet  starch  glucose  metabolism  management  peer-reviewed  research  review  overview  database  library 
november 2017 by Michael.Massing
Better Than Butternut: Roasted Delicata Squash Recipe
1. Oven to 425 degrees.
2. Clean the delicata squash by running under warm water and scrubbing away dirt with your hands. If there are any hard spots on the squash, you can scrape them off with a butter knife.
3. With a sharp knife, cut delicata in half lengthwise.
4. With a spoon scoop out the seeds and discard
5. Cut each delicata half into 1/2 inch segments, creating moon-shaped pieces that have slight bumps around the curve.
6. Arrange the pieces in a single layer in a metal baking pan and coat in 2 tbsp olive oil. Maximize the surface area of the squash touching the pan. The browning only occurs where the squash and pan meet.
7. Roast 10 minutes.
8. Using a spatula, turn the squash in the pan so that the light sides are now touching the pan and the brown sides are facing upward.
9. Turn every 7-10 minutes until both sides of the squash pieces are golden brown and the texture is creamy to the teeth all the way through, about 25-30 minutes.

Serve as a side dish with the rest of your dinner.
BLW  starch 
november 2017 by calliope912

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