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Did you know this? Why is it dangerous to store potatoes in the same place as onions, experts say
Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Tetor 2022
Potatoes combine well with onions in terms of cooking. However, there is a good reason not to store potatoes next to onions. On the other hand, it would be nice to put them next to an apple.
So, the problem with these two vegetables is that onions are more "moist" than potatoes and belong to the vegetables that release ethylene which accelerates the ripening process and therefore causes the potatoes to rot faster.
While onions should be avoided with potatoes, garlic has absolutely no problem. Potatoes are an integral part of the Mediterranean and European diet and are enjoyed by young and old alike. At the same time, they are extremely useful when consumed boiled or baked, due to the high content of carbohydrates, fiber, potassium and vitamin C.
However, there is one condition that can turn potatoes into a poison for the body. When potatoes have turned green and sprouted due to prolonged exposure to sun, heat and humidity, they should not be consumed as they may cause side effects in the body.
According to the lecturer at Nottingham Trent University's Faculty of Agriculture, if we eat a large amount of these baked potatoes, we can experience symptoms of poisoning, such as nausea, diarrhea, tendency to vomit, stomach cramps, headache and dizziness.
As he explains, sunlight and heat stimulate the production of solanine, a bitter poisonous chemical. In fact, potato skins and tails contain high levels of it.
Although the green color in the potato skin is an indication of the presence of chlorophyll, which is not toxic, its presence also indicates concentrations of solanine. This neurotoxin, produced in the green part of the potato, is part of the plant's defense against disease, insects and pests.
Of course, you can peel the potatoes and discard those parts, but they will taste a little bitter. He advises that instead of eating them, plant them in a pot and enjoy the new potatoes they will give you.