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Throw them away. I would not expect potatoes to go black in the dehydration process, and although they may be safe to eat I would not expect them to be palatable, or inviting in any way. You cannot be sure they aren't toxic, and you wouldn't put them on a guest's plate, so chuck them.


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The color on the potatoes is attributable to the oxidation that's a natural degradation process. The main cause is the direct exposure with open air but other factors can accelerate it (even the metal on the knife or the food processor's blades in your case). Some vegetables are more susceptible than others (for example, avocados turn black in a matter of ...


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If you're going to remove the potatoes from the pan, you need to be careful about how you store them. If they're just thrown into a bowl and left there, they'll sit there and steam, possibly softening the crust that you worked to develop. You can avoid this by spreading them out on a baking sheet, or a wire rack, but you instead have the problem of them ...


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If u wanna roast the potatoes..... I will roast potatoes for 20 minutes on 375, then sweat onions and peppers, add to top of potatoes, and continue roasting for 15-20 minutes. This allows the flavors of the onions to enter the potatoes without making the potatoes soggy, or giving them a "boiled" taste. That's what u want to avoid....the "boiled" taste.


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I found this, it's Ask.com so even though I'm posting it as an answer, I don't consider it the answer. I'd still love to hear what some of the expert bakers here have to say. (emphasis mine) As you begin to bake different types of breads, you will come across some older bread recipes that call for potato water. Potato water is the water that potatoes ...


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You'll want to be careful when trying to modify an existing non-potato recipe. Potatoes, like any other agricultural product, have a variable amount of starch and water. Some are big, some are small, etc, so it's hard to tell just how much flour and/or water you'd want to replace in an existing recipe without doing some serious lab-testing or trying to ...



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