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How can one determine if a potato is suitable for French fries?
I often make French fries by cutting potatoes into long strips, adding a bit of oil and spices, then baking them in the oven. Sometimes, this tastes very good. Unfortunately, most of the time, it ...
Mar 16 '12 at 2:03
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