Why do some people find vegetables so repellent when evolutionarily they should find them an attractive and thus tasty food?
Why do certain people (especially kids) find vegetables so "repellent" when evolutionarily they should find them an attractive and thus tasty food? I ask this question because if Darwin's theory of ...
Blender companies state that a blender for smoothies should have speeds of at least 30000 rpm. They argue that only at 30000 rpm are cells of fruits and vegetables sheared enough to maximize nutrition ...
Sulforaphane is a isothiocyanate found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli and cauliflower. Its 2D structure is as follows: It's been found to serve as a histone deacetylase 6 (HDAC6) ...
The potato appears to propagate by growing an 'eye'/'bud' which eventually grows into a new plant. So there would probably be single representative of the potato species in the world with all others ...
The carrots we buy from a supermarkets spoil very fast, albeit giving many consumers a false sense of preservability due to their structural rigidity. The answer extends to many other vegetables many ...