French Fries

  • Why french fries are called so?

    In winter, when the river froze, the fish-deprived villagers fried potatoes instead. It’s said that this dish was discovered by American soldiers in Belgium during World War I and, since…

  • Why french fries are good for you?

    According to a recent study, eating French fries (baked, not fried) is actually good for you. Researchers found that consuming baked french fries may be the key to controlling blood…

  • Why french fries are not healthy?

    French fries have a lot of fat and salt that could raise the risk of cardiovascular disease. … High consumers of French fries might also be high consumers of other…

  • Why french fries become soggy?

    When fries are cooked at a very high temperature, the starches in them are hydrated (moisture goes in), puffing them up and helping the outer skin get nice and crisp.…

  • Why french fries not crispy?

    Perfect fries are fluffy inside and crispy outside, with millions of micro-bubbles forming a shatterable golden crust. Improperly cooked french fries are limp, greasy, or soggy and often over-browned. These…

  • Will a vegan eat french fries?

    Are French fries vegan? Short answer: Yes! Most fries are 100 percent vegan—but in some (rare) cases, they aren’t. For example, McDonald’s French fries contain beef fat! What makes french…

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