I got a large bag of red potatoes from costco, but it has a lot of eyes and probably 100 dimples all over it. I peeled the first one and extracted the deep eyes and it looks good underneath (no green), but why isn't it smooth like I expected? Is it safe?

Not a duplicate, it has not sprouted.

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    Possible duplicate of Is it safe to eat potatoes that have sprouted? – tsturzl Feb 7 '16 at 4:01
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    Nope not duplicate. This is about whether this potato has many, and there are NO SPROUTS by the way. It has NOT sprouted, and also I ate it after cooking for 30 minutes and it was great but curious if I need to dig out for the next ones. – seasonedaddict Feb 7 '16 at 4:20
  • All right, since it's been a while, I'll go ahead and move the dup conversation to chat. - it's a bit longer than ideal for a question and it seems like no one really thinks it's a dup. – Cascabel Feb 8 '16 at 5:34

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