Potatoes, Adirondack Blue

Potatoes, Adirondack Blue

Potatoes, Adirondack Blue

The only place that we have found these Adirondack blue potatoes for sale is at farm stores. The Adirondack blue potato is a hybrid variety that was developed by Cornell University, and released in 2003. Other references say that the Solanum tuberosum Adirondack blue potato originated in South America. It is a great potato to add color to any meal, including salads. They do no discolor while baking or boiling. If not being used for mashing, we suggest boiling and baking the potatoes with the skin on. The skins also add nutritional value. We could not find specific nutritional information for these potatoes.

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About Kimberly Hosler

An ethical vegan since June 2007, Kimberly is a NYS licensed Massage Therapist & a Director at All-Creatures. She serves as the current VP of the Albany Vegan Network and is the Founder & President of the Albany Vegan Lady Gang. She also enjoys volunteering at local Farm Sanctuaries. She lives in Upstate NY with her two kitties and senior blind yorkie and she also has two grown human children.

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