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Is this a potato foot?

At first look it appears to be remains of a giant's foot excavated from underground with hard flesh still intact on it, but when you look closely you realise that it is an odd-figured potato. The eight kilogramme spud, discovered by two farmers Marli and Paulo Ciquinel in Santa Cantarina, Brazil, has developed into the shape of a human foot. Pictures show the huge potato has grown with toes descending in height order. Mirror reported: "The farmers were shocked to find the 8kg potato. "The largest of the 'toes' is…

Try this quick and easy chicken cutlets recipe

Chicken cutlets are a surprisingly fast and easy weeknight dinner. These tasty cutlets are the all time favourite of everyone. This simple recipe is sure to make your family happy. Ingredients Oil for frying Potatoes: 5 to 6 pcs Boneless Chicken: 1/4 kg Salt: as needed Eggs: 3 Black Pepper: as per taste Green Coriander: Half Bunch Green Chili: 8 pcs Corn Flour: For dipping Directions 1. Boil eggs, chicken and potatoes. Peel off eggs and potatoes when boiled, and shred chicken into tiny pieces. 2. Add…

WATCH: This homemade solution will make your hair grow faster

Hairs are essential trait of your personality. Since nothing remains for good in this materialistic world so the hairs also start falling with the growing age. Sometimes this process starts even before you expect it. To avoid this situation and grow your hair naturally faster, longer and stronger you need to apply a homemade potato juice to your scalp. Recipe provided by Simple Beauty Secrets Take two or three medium size raw potatoes. Wash and peel them off. Then, chop them into small pieces and grind to…

3,800-year-old potato garden discovered in Canada

OTTAWA:¬†Ancient spuds recently dug up on Canada's Pacific coast are blackened and surely unedible, but are the first proof, say researchers, that North American natives tended gardens at least 3,800 years ago. The excavated potato patch on the ancestral lands of the Katzie tribe in British Columbia is "the first evidence" of gardening by local hunter-gatherers of the era, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances' December issue. Archeologists led by Tanja Hoffmann and Simon Fraser University…