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Aalu A Hrih A chuak Cang Mi Pawl Ei lo Ding A Sinak A Ruang

A Hrih A Chuak Cang Mi Aalu Ei Lo Ding A Sinak A Ruang

Poisonous potatoes. Selection of large, raw potatoes with some showing green colouration. The green colour indicates that the potatoes contain the poisonous alkaloid solanin, which occurs throughout the potato plant (Solanum tuberosum). Normal coloured potatoes contain only a trace of the poison, which is destroyed by cooking. If left in sunlight however, potatoes start to turn green and the level of the poison rises. A native of South America, the potato was introduced to Europe in the mid-16th century, and is now one of the world’s most important foods. The edible part of the plant is the tuber, an underground swelling of the stem. The “eyes” are dormant buds.

Tutan Ah Vun langhter than ka duh mi cu, mitam pi nih a ruah awk kan hngal lo mi le a poi ah ruat lo in kan ei chih lengmang mi a hrih a chuak cang mi Aalu ei lo ding le Nunak caah ral a sinak kong vun langhter than ka duh.

Hi Banktuk A hrih A chuak cang mi Aalu ei lengmang nak nih a chuah pi mi cu Thau a kai ter. cun na ei dih hnu bak in thih a nunnak cu na pum cung i na thahri vial te a hnor suan lai i, lungmit bantuk luakchuah bantuk luri le lufahnak pawl a chuah pi khawh.

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