Everyone knows you should put spinach and berries in the refrigerator, but how do cooler temperatures keep most fruits and vegetables from spoiling rapidly?
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Potatoes are a vegetable, but they're full of starch and carbohydrates, so they can't be good for you right?
Have you ever wondered why steamed vegetables turn an even brighter green initially, but then will turn this dull green if you cook them too long?
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William Nazaroff and Glenn Morrison at the University of California at Berkeley started doing experiments on carpet samples to see what the culprit was. They found a bunch of chemicals called aldehydes that were responsible for the nasty smell.