Types Of Potatoes  

         There are many different types of potatoes, and each type can be used in many different ways. The russet, for example, tastes good when baked. The Yukon Gold is good for mashing, steaming, boiling, baking, and roasting. They are considered to be all purpose potatoes.

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How To Grow Potatoes ?

How To Grow Potatoes

Potatoes need a lot of sunlight to grow. The plants can grow a lot of roots, and they grow well in light, loose, and well-drained, loamy soil. However, the soil should also have the ability to retain moisture. If the soil is mildly acidic, it is best. However, as potatoes are highly adaptable, they will yield a reasonable crop even if the soil conditions are not just right.More...

 

 

 

Two Main Vitamins In Sweet Potatoes

Two Main Vitamins In Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes, or yam, are a very good source of many vitamins and minerals. It is an anti-oxidant rich, anti-inflammatory food. It has beta carotene that the body converts into vitamin A. Therefore, it is deemed an excellent source of this vitamin. It is also a very good source of Vitamin C.More...

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How-Long-To-Bake-A-Potato      A large sized potato should be baked for about an hour at 500 degrees Fahrenheit. To bake potatoes, make sure that all the potatoes are of similar size. Otherwise, some will be overdone, while others underdone. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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