Why, you may ask, potatoes are the favorite food around? Actually the potato ranks the world’s fourth important foods, and I can tell you many differenct ways for cooking with delicious tastes, needless to say the canned catch-up is really convienant for portable trip, and salad, yammy in KFC and McDonalds, although with tomato salad, add some pepper, wow, what else to say? Seems like they are a couple in the fast-food industry. Or you can bake them into noodles, bread and flour, even squeeze them to fresh juice. Counted the cooking receipes for potatoes, unbelievable, totally 300 ways of receipes, wow, all the recipes seem mouth-watering scrumptious, my friends often rave over the “smashed” version of the mashed potato dish. The ultimate potato lovers cookbook with everything you ever wanted to know about every kind of potato in existence!
For potatoes, you can make every kind of cooking, and they are always delicious especially for your outdoor events, most importantly, the cooking time for time is the least, just boil them and add some salt then you get the soft potato balls, and one meal of full potaotes can resist the hungry for one day and night in your outdoor trip, they are easily cooked and easily got, you can’t find another food for such a convenient receipes for outdoor cooking. Plus you can enjoy the cooking process of the potatoes.
The potatoes are rich in so many nuitritions such as starch, vitamin C, vitamin A, anthocyanin, potassium, lysine, tryptophan, histidine, arginine, phenylalanine, valine, leucine, isoleucine and methionine of protein and essential amino acids, and the carotene and ascorbic acid which are not exist in other cereal grains! Needless to say in the potatoes there are fruitful various vitamins and inorganic salts such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, sodium, zinc and manganese, others like vitamin A (carotene), vitamin B1, (Liu Ansu), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin PP (nicotinic acid), vitamin E (Sheng Yufen), vitamin B3 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin M (folic acid) and biotin H, etc. Time to pack some potatoes to camping!