Why is the sugar content of cooked hot starches like potato higher than when it is cooled off?
because when you mix the sugar it will burn the potato
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There is no sugar in either rum or vodka. The same is true of all other distilled spirits.
Chardonnay has a slightly lower sugar content than Merlot.
COPIED FROM THE LINK BELWO:. The color of a liquor is determined by various dissolved substances depending on the type of liquor. Sugar itself is colorless in solution so th…ere is no relation between the color and the sugar content. Most liquors (e.g. vodka, gin, whisky, rum) have little to no sugar anyway; however liqueurs (e.g. amaretto, Kahlua, triple sec, Jaegermeister) are sweetened and generally less alcoholic than liquors. Again, there is no direct relation between color and sugar content. . http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What is the sugar content of dark liquor vs light liquor
The potato does not store sugar because there is no sugar in it. The plant has starch in it which is then turned into "sugar" when it is eaten and digested. -when starch is di…gested, it turns to glucose. The organelle holding the startch grains are called leucoplasts.
Not normally wines like KJ stop the fermentation process early giving a higher sugar content. Most wines that are 13% alcohol or higher are bone dry.
It would have to be beer since scotch has 0%.
No. Beer contains residual sugars from the fermentation process (turning sugar into alcohol) Being distilled, whiskey has basically no sugar content (only water, alcohol a…nd the flavor compounds) Whiskey is distilled form wort (basically a beer without hops). Any sugars in the wort remain in the still. The only sugars in whiskey come from the barrels that the whiskey is aged in, and those are present in very, very small quantities.
YES! Sugar, for example, is such a high energy source, especially for use in the human body. Having a chemical formula consisting of six carbons, twelve hydrogens, and six oxy…gens, glucose has high potential energy stored in its bonds. The bonds that house this energy are those between carbon and hydrogen. Six carbons with 12 corresponding hydrogens is a ton of energy for the body to use. It is so much that the energy must be broken-down and stripped before any direct use in the body.
Anything that has starch or sugar has carbohydrates, so i believe it stores both. I am not 100% sure though. I am a diabetic so i know a lot about food
Use oil (0live oil worked great), should come right off