Sweet Potato Fries vs. French Fries
Sweet potatoes have taken the health food world by storm in recent years, with the starchy vegetable being used in everything from gnocchi, to pancakes, to fries. Many people looking to make healthier swaps tend to opt for sweet potato fries over regular french fries when eating out, but are they really healthier?
There isn’t much of a difference between sweet potatoes and white potatoes from a raw nutritional value standpoint. They both contain around the same amount of calories, protein, and carbs, so don’t make your decision based on the assumption that sweet potato fries are the lighter choice just because they’re advertised as such. Sweet potatoes only come out on top for being higher in fiber, Vitamin A, and calcium. They keep you full longer than white potatoes do and contain even more Vitamin A than is recommended to consume in a day.
What many people don’t realize is that when sweet potatoes are deep-fried, they end up being essentially no healthier than regular french fries. If you’re trying to be more health-conscious, try baking or air frying your own fries at home for a much healthier option than the deep-fried ones at the restaurants.
How to make baked sweet potato fries crispy healthy snack ideas safety. Always wash your hands before handling food, make sure to thoroughly wash your potatoes, and clean any appliances and cooking utensils you’ll be using to cook your fries.
ACE Food Handler's food handlers card training and test uses the latest instructional design techniques to help you retain food safety concepts so you are ready to work.
The description below applies to most of our food handlers card training course, however due to the varying array of requirements across the nation, your course might be a little different. Find your state county and city above to learn more about food handler training for your area.
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A food handlers card (also commonly referred to as a certificate, card, or permit) is used as documentation to prove to employers and/or health departments that you have completed a food safety course that is approved and/or recognized by your city, coutny, or state Health Authority. It is valid for 2 to 4 years depending on your local government requirments.
This varies by employeers and city, county, and state governements. It is best to ask your employer (current or future) or Local Health Authority about when you will need to aquire your food handler card based on your employement date.
ACE Food Handler works with numberjous health departments and regulatory agencies across the country. ACE Food Handler’s food handlers card courses are created to meet the requirements of specific city, coutny, and state requirements. If you have questions about your city, county or state requirements please call your employer (current or future) and/or you Local Health Authority.
A food handlers card, permit, or certificate for your area. You will be able to print or download your food handler certificate after you have received a passing score on the final exam. You will also be emailed a PDF a copy of your certificate to the email address you provided so please check your inbox and/or spam box also.
If your food handlers card, certificate, or permit has expired, you will need to purchase a new course for your state and retake your states food handler training and test to get your new card. Click here to find your State
If you need to reprint your current card, login and go to the Start My Course. From there, you can click on the name of your Certificate under the heading "My Certificates" on the right hand side of the screen and print or download your food handler or alcohol seller/server card or certificate for free.
If you need to track your employees or restaurants food handler certifications we offer:
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