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CRAZYDOGLADYBO SparkPoints: (62,117)
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6/30/11 7:13 P

Good to know! I store my potato's in a dark cupboard.

NOANGELWINGS Posts: 35
6/30/11 5:56 P

I throw them out.

WOGGLEMAKER1 SparkPoints: (7,996)
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4/25/11 8:46 A

Must admit I bin them

SILVETTE SparkPoints: (0)
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4/24/11 7:26 P

A potato is good until it rots - and even then I sometimes still just use it. I don't throw them out - even if they're nice and leggy with some serious green!

If they green on me (which they do less of when in a fridge like I have ot keep them) I just do an extra-layer of removal with the peeler and thoroughly de-eye them.

Just as good! Just get rid of the bad-parts and off you go.

ELLEN0407 Posts: 2,037
4/21/11 9:31 P

throw away

SUZYMM Posts: 71
4/20/11 9:36 A

I wondered about those green potatoes that I often find in my potato bin. It turns out that "greening" happens when a substance called "solanine" is formed by exposure to air. (Potatoes are used to being underground, so when they are exposed to air, they produce this green stuff as protection. I found out that you should remove the green parts of the potatoes before using, just to be safe.
www.healthy-eating-support.org/green-potat
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