3477Re: Blue potatoes
- Nov 30, 2008Woops, my sister used my laptop while I was in Tucson, and forgot to
logout of Yahoo. Sent my reply from her email by mistake. Don't know
if it actually went thru or not since she isn't a member of this group.
Anyway, in case it didn't, I am very familiar with the all blue (or
purple) potatoes. I really enjoy them. They taste a little sweeter to
me than the normal white fleshed ones.
They make a really creamy mashed potato and they make a wonderful
baked potato too because they never get mealy. Not so great for french
fries because they are a soft potato (not mushy, just softer than the
Saved a few in the fridge from this summer to plant in the spring so I
can have a many as I want in 2009. I have a hard time finding them in
the grocery stores.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mirakulu2003" <mirakulu2003@...> wrote:
> Are these GMO potatoes?
> Peter Ellis wrote:
> Today I found something I'd never heard of before, in a local
> supermarket, blue potatoes. Googling them produced lots of results,
> which really surprised me. I thought I'd come across most foods before,
> as I've travelled extensively, but I'd never heard of these, let alone
> seen them before.
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