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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2017 03:45 am
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Our potatoes ate WET, WET. After 11 years of wet, what works with these??

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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2017 03:58 am
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Are you talking about the Mex potatoes that are very starchy and moist?

I find they are best when fried in light oil with onions, mushrooms, peppers, etc. or scalloped. Anything where they are intended to be moist when eating anyway.

They do kinda suck as baked potatoes, when compared to Idaho russets. Just no fluffiness. I dont like them mashed either; too starchy and heavy.

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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2017 05:19 am
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Moist is very understated !! Yes, those things. Even oven roasted they're SOGGY.  Scalloped never, baked never, mashed never ... Even in a potato salad - yuck 

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Try soaking them overnight before cooking, gets alot of the starch out. I find I can make potato salad no problem by doing this.

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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2017 05:15 pm
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Soak in plain water? Do you peel them first?

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You can peel them, I usually just cut them in half, and I use the bottled water (in the garafon)

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That is a great tip! Thanks.

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