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Re: FATFREE Digest V96 #275

fatfree-request@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:> 
> Date: Sun, 06 Oct 1996 00:27:54 -0500
> From: Jenka Keizer-Guevara <jkeizer3@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: washing potatoes
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> How do you scrub potatoes?
> This is a real question.  Remember I lived in Mexico and someone helped
> me do it.  I take a green scouring pad and scrub them, but it takes
> long, and I like to take my potatoes with skin, so how do you scrub them
> nice and clean so the skin can be eaten?
> If you think this is not related to the list, excuse me, but please
> someone please answer privately
> Jenka
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> Jenka Keizer-Guevara                    The University of Alabama
> jkeizer3@xxxxxxxxxxxx                   Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Hi Jenka,
Potatoes are very easy to scrub.  I use a hard bristled scrub brus, or
nail brush, or floor brush, something that will scrub all of the dirt
off.  Then I just scrub them until the water is clear when rinsed.  My
husband bought me this peeler that has a hook type thing at the top that
removes the eyes.  It works wonderfully.  I hope this helps.