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whos still got some potatoes left

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over from the 19p and 20p reductions in aldi and lidl if so are they still ok or are they going off know I've got a bit left about 1 and half packs they seem to be going off know though got 1 mouldy o… Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
over from the 19p and 20p reductions in aldi and lidl if so are they still ok or are they going off know I've got a bit left about 1 and half packs they seem to be going off know though got 1 mouldy one today.
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Don't let them touch each other. Wrap each one in newspaper and put in cardboard box in the garage or shed. Anywhere cold. Will keep for ages
#2
Mine are fine still nice and white (usually they start going green) a little tiny but if root growth. I keep mine in cellar
#3
I wouldn't worry. 'If in doubt, cut it out', and other such wartime food resourcefulness slogans.
#4
Keep them in the fridge & they will last ages.
#5
they already in the garage didn't bother rapping them individually though was wondering if anyone else still has them in better condition just curious as there's a few bb date in the bin people out there.
#6
Don't keep potatoes in fridge or in plastic bags .
#7
WATCHING33
Keep them in the fridge & they will last ages.

shouldn't keep potatoes in the fridge
#8
eslick
WATCHING33
Keep them in the fridge & they will last ages.
shouldn't keep potatoes in the fridge
I did not know this.. I always keep my potatoes in my fridge..oO Just googled why potatoes shouldn't be kept in fridge n I will never keep em in the fridge again. Gonna have to buy small bags now as potatoes always go soft in my house :(
Thanks for the word of warning :)

Edited By: LeahMinttoutou on Feb 14, 2017 08:38
#9
plodging
Don't keep potatoes in fridge or in plastic bags .
I found a pack of new potatoes in the bottom of my fridge dated bb middle of November 2016 still like new .they got used tonight
#10
wayners
Don't let them touch each other. Wrap each one in newspaper and put in cardboard box in the garage or shed. Anywhere cold. Will keep for ages
You don't need to wrap each one, just keep somewhere dark and cold.

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