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Do french fries supply nutrients?

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2011-08-04 00:17:27
2011-08-04 00:17:27

The bad french fries nutrients are carbohydrates, fats, and calories. The good ones are potassium, protein, and iron.

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McDonald's fries only supply about 6% of the RDA of iron, but some frozen french fries only supply 2% to 4% of the RDA. This equals between 0.25 and 0.5 milligrams per serving. Most of the iron in potato products is lost if the peel is removed.

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French fries are not from France!

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well actually it matters what french fries because some french fries have little and for example mcdonalds has alot of salt in there french fries

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They are called French fries because "to french something" is to cut it into thin slices. The French themselves don't call their fries "French".

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Yes; French fries are everywhere.

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their is no sugar in french fries but if you add ketchup it contain sugar with the french fries

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Small French Fries: 230 caloriesMedium French Fries: 340 caloriesLarge French Fries: 510 calories

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hahaha. no,, there made from potatoes. French fries is not french food. French fries is actually from Belgium. It we're Belgians who spoke french but that's it.

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Small French Fries: 230 caloriesMedium French Fries: 340 caloriesLarge French Fries: 510 calories

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The singular noun for French fries is french fry.

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French fries are called 'frites' in French (no mention of them being 'French')

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Well... french fries despite their name of "French" fries, are not actually eaten in france that much. I would say ketchup. And the French word for fries (yes they just call it fries) is frites. :D

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No, they are not. French-fries is junk food.

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