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Do raw potatoes have carbohydrates?


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2012-07-20 05:22:47
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Potatoes are mostly carbohydrate, whether cooked or raw.


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There is plenty of starch (carbohydrates), little protein and almost no fat in raw potatoes.

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i am 75years old why do i crave raw potatoes?

All potatoes have a lot of carbohydrates in them.

A medium potato has about 35 grams of carbohydrates.

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Carbohydrates in boiled potatoesBOILED NEW POTATOES: 5 carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g or new potatoes18 carbohydrates in a 3½ oz or 100g small portion of new potatoesBOILED RED POTATOES:4½ carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g of red potatoes16 carbohydrates in a 3½ oz or 100g small portion of red potatoesBOILED REGULAR/OLD POTATOES:6 carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g of potato20 carbohydrate in a 3½ oz or 100g small portion of potatoes24 carbohydrates in a 4 oz or 114g of potatoes60 carbohydrates in 1 large potato 3" to 4¼" diameter33 carbohydrates in a 2¼" - 3¼" diameter potato27 carbohydrates in a 2½" diameter potato (4.8 oz or 136g)32 carbohydrates in 1 cup of potatoFor free vegetable and fruit carbohydrate charts to use as daily guides for either weight loss or weight maintenance, or for the carbohydrate counts of other vegetables and fruits, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Sources and Related Links..

I believe potatoes and pasta are considered complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates are things like table sugar, fruits, etc.

Raw potatoes can be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella and other disease-causing organisms are found in soil and potatoes are grown in soil.

They can but this is NOT normal food for dogs and they could not survive of just raw potatoes.

Not really. Potatoes are loaded with starch and carbohydrates.

No, raw potatoes are not toxic, with the exception of the green parts. These may contain toxic levels of solanin. Raw potatoes, however, may cause flatulence in many people.

Carbohydrates = pasta, bread, Rice, potatoes etc

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No, raw potatoes contain an alkaloid called solanine that is eliminated during the cooking process. Eating a large amount of raw potatoes can lead to liver, heart, and gastrointestinal damage.

yes, but not as many as potatoes

No, they are refined carbohydrates!

Potatoes can not be eaten while on the Atkins diet. Potatoes are full of carbohydrates and the main goal of the Atkins diet is to cut out all types of carbohydrates.

No. Raw, unpeeled potatoes do not need to be stored in the refrigerator.

Potatoes contain carbohydrates, which gives energy.

Carbohydrates include bread pasta and potatoes.

Well, i think you can. Because i my mother kept raw unpeeled potatoes before.

No. Carbohydrates are starchy foods such as potatoes, rice, pasta, bread, corn etc. Meats are not carbohydrates.

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