looking for people who are working with potato phloem

Baichen Zhang Zhang at mpimp-golm.mpg.de
Tue Aug 20 12:53:09 EST 2002



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From: Beverly Erlebacher [mailto:bae at cs.toronto.edu]
Sent: Montag, 19. August 2002 14:39
To: plantbio at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Subject: Re: tomatine and fried green tomatoes


In article <3D5F7E22.2F906370 at ifrance.com>,
Maison  <state.express at ifrance.com> wrote:
>sorry, just new here ...
>do i understand that frying in general creates carcinogens ???
>sorry to be so abrupt, i'm not expert in this field :(
>thanks

While any cooking that causes food to char produces carcinogens, most
North Americans have too much fat in their diets for good health.

>regards
>sam
>
>don bright wrote:
>
>> > Don't make fried green tomatoes a significant part of your diet.  All that
>> > fried food isn't good for you!
>>
>> that reminds me, which is more dangerous the carcinogens generated by
>> frying or the ones in the tomato?
>>
>> > Btw, you can pickle green tomatoes by the same fermentation process as is
>> > used for real dill pickles.  They're really good! ;-)
>>
>> thanks for the info. unfortunately i dislike vinegar.
>
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