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Why did the unrinsed pennies turn blue-green? When the vinegar and salt dissolve the copper- oxide layer, they make it easier for the copper atoms to join oxygen from the air and chlorine from the salt to make a blue-green compound called malachite.
It’s because cents minted after 1982 are made of zinc and plated with copper. But if the zinc gets exposed due to circulation (and it’s really easy to make a hole in the copper plating), it will turn green really fast when exposed to the oxygen in the air. The copper kinda protects the zinc from turning green.
The acetic acid of the vinegar reacts with the salt, or sodium chloride, to produce sodium acetate and hydrogen chloride.
The brand announced the news on Twitter on Friday and replied to a number of reactions on the platform. South African chip lovers were heartbroken in February 2020 when Lay’s announced its decision to drop its salt and vinegar chips due to weak sales.
Hi @LailaManie, unfortunately, Lay’s Salt & Vinegar Flavour has been discontinued and will no longer be available in the market. We however invite you to try our new Lay’s Sweet and Smoky American BBQ Flavour.
Lay’s salt and vinegar chips are back! The potato chip’s salty flavour made its return, a year after it was discontinued. The news last year left social media in a frenzy after Lay’s said that it had discontinued the flavour and asked fans to try its new Sweet and Smoky American BBQ flavour.
Frito Lay Snacks For example, the company currently isn’t producing it’s low-sodium product Lightly Salted Lay’s potato chips. While the snack giant is expected to bring some of the shelved items back, CEO Steven Williams said he expects about 3% to 5% of their products to be discontinued for good due to the pandemic.
Kraft is discontinuing its cholesterol-free mayonnaise and Miracle Whip, both introduced in 1989 and now outdated by the new duo.
They’re not as bad for you as other snacks. Though Lay’s are chips and therefore not as good for you as, say, a piece of fruit, they are still relatively not the worst. Lay’s are cooked in corn, canola and sunflower oil (as opposed to unhealthier oils).
However, it is what you don’t see on nutrition labels that gives potato chips the edge — potassium! A one-ounce serving of potato chips provides, on average, 460 milligrams of potassium — as much as a medium banana. Coincidentally, the average US diet is too high in sodium and too low in potassium.
Foods such as melons, orange juice, and bananas are high in potassium . your kidneys from removing enough potassium . This can cause your potassium levels to rise .
Many fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in potassium: