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What to do with a 10 lb. bag of Potatoes

I wrote a post about using a full bag of potatoes!  Seems like I always end up wasting half of a bag, so I found a pretty easy solution.  It's on The Coupon Project.  Another great coupon site!

Let me know what you think...  I believe my food pictures are much better in this post!! :)


Sometimes we dice ours and then freeze them for later use. We've also made frozen french fries too.
Sak said…
I'm so glad I read this post. I have a bunch of potatoes and we don't eat very many (got them in a produce co-op). I hate wasting them. I'm going to make a couple of these recipes and freeze them for use later. Have you tried drying potatoes? Just wondering if that works very well. I have a bunch of apples I'm in the process of drying right now.
Audrey said…
Drying?? no I haven't. Let me know if you do it!!
Heather said…
Too funny! I have a 10 lb bag in my cupboard and I asked my husband just yesterday what I should do with them! Thanks!

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