What's the difference between seed potatoes and regular potatoes?

Chef's answer
What is a 'seed' potato? With the exception of plant breeders, we propagate potatoes vegetatively or asexually
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golden brownCooked bacon should be golden brown. Overcooked bacon will be a very dark brown. Undercooked bacon is light brown. pink/white color will indicate still raw meat.
The USDA Food Safety Inspection Service states that the only way to accurately measure if a product is cooked to a safe temperature is to use a food thermometer.6 Aug 2020
If all else fails and you do come down with an unfortunate case of food poisoning from undercooked meat, then stay hydrated, and see a doctor or healthcare provider if your symptoms don't go away for a few days, or if you develop a fever. And maybe consider taking over grilling duties next time there's a BBQ.2 Jul 2019
If you eat undercooked chicken or other foods or beverages contaminated by raw chicken or its juices, you can get a foodborne illness, which is also called food poisoning.
Wrong, wrong and wrong. Because frozen food could warm up unevenly, allowing germs to grow, thawing food is a major food safety risk.5 Dec 2013
If you'd like your steak medium-rare, it should feel like your cheek: tender and soft but still fleshy (as opposed to raw, which would be just soft). If you want a medium steak, touch your chin: The steak should still be tender, but with some resistance.19 May 2015
And lean muscle requires quick cooking. An overcooked scallop has a very chewy texture. That's because the proteins have cooked to the point that they squeeze out all the moisture. And there is no extra fat present in a scallop to help to mask the fact that they are overcooked.23 May 2011
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