Can You Peel Potatoes the Night before Cooking?

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Yes, you can peel potatoes the night before cooking and store them in cold water. You are also able to peel and boil them and store them in the fridge then just heat and mash when ready to eat. Potatoes do rather well stored in the fridge after being peeled or cooked.
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1. Wash the potatoes under cold running water. Clean off any dirt or soil on the potato skins with a vegetable brush. 2. Peel the potatoes with a vegetable peeler or paring knife,
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You can fry or bake them. Fried potato peels are like potato chips. Ensure they are clean before you cook them.
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You don't have to peel them first. All potatoes are washed, but not very thoroughly. There are no large clumps of dirt on them, but if you boil them without washing them yourself
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