Are Sprouting Potatoes Safe to Eat?


Sprouting potatoes are safe to eat as they have been found to have numerous nutrients though you should always remove the sprouts before using them as they have toxins. Sprouting potatoes, when cooked, are likely to blacken.
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In damp paper towel in a tupperware container in a dark place (drawer, closet etc)
I'm sure you've heard of the expression that potato's have eyes. There's a reason for this. Those roots that you see started off as an "eye" In fact they're not even roots
The way that you can tell if a potato is bad for you if it is soft
If it has mayo and/or hard boiled eggs in it - I would think you would be safe eating it for 3 or 4 days at least.
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