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Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Onions, Rosemary

Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Onions, Rosemary

Mashed potatoes, carrots, onions, rosemary is wonderful tasting and colorful way to serve mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving or any other festive meal. This vegan recipe makes about 6 adult servings as a side dish, and it takes about 15 minutes preparation time and about 30 minutes cooking and mashing time. It is best to adjust […]

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Mashed Potatoes

Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are a family favorite in many households that can easily be made vegan by using non-dairy milk. Preparation time is 10-15 minutes, and cooking and mashing time is about 30 minutes. Mashed Potatoes Ingredients: Potatoes Unflavored Rice Milk, Soy Milk, or Water Cooking Utensils: Bowls, Mixing and Serving Covered Glass Cooking Pot Dish, […]

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Potatoes, Yukon Gold

Potatoes, Yukon Gold

Yukon gold potatoes were developed at the University of Guelph in Canada by crossing a North American white potato with a wild South American variety.  Most of the potatoes grown outside of North America are of the yellow flesh variety.  Select Yukon gold potatoes that are firm and free of blemishes and wounds.  Some people […]

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Potatoes, White

Potatoes, White

 The most economical way to buy white potatoes is bagged; however, some of the potatoes are usually damaged.  Carefully inspect as many of the potatoes in the bag as you can to make sure that there is no rot or mold, as it will quickly spread to the rest of the potatoes.  When the bag […]

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Potatoes, Sweet

Potatoes, Sweet

Sweet potatoes have either a dry light yellow or moist deep yellow or orange flesh.  The darker colored sweet potatoes are sometimes called yams, which is a misnomer, as true yams are grown only in the tropics.  We enjoy sweet potatoes baked, in roasted vegetable dishes, and in curries.  Select potatoes that are firm and […]

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Potatoes, Russet

Potatoes, Russet

The russet is one of the largest of the potatoes available in the markets.  They are ideal for baking, stuffing, and even for making a potato pizza (without the traditional dough crust).  We have found that russet potatoes generally cost more than white potatoes, so we usually buy them only for baking with their skins intact.  For […]

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Potatoes, Red

Potatoes, Red

Red potatoes are so named because of their red skins.  If the skin is peeled off, red potatoes look quite similar to standard white potatoes.  Select red potatoes that are firm and free of cuts, bruises, or any signs of mold.  When we are using red potatoes, we thoroughly wash them and leave the skins […]

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Potatoes, Adirondack Red

Potatoes, Adirondack Red

We first encountered these Adirondack red potatoes in a local farm store. They are good tasting and can be prepared in any way you desire, but we prefer baking them in pre-cleaned skins to show off their beautiful color (since the skins are thin, we need to be careful to scrub them gently so as […]

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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 […]

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Potato Leek or Potato Onion Soup

 Serves 4 2 large leeks or onions 6 red potatoes, washed and chopped 1 clove garlic, chopped 1-2 Tbsp. vegan margarine ¼ tsp. white pepper* 1/8 tsp. black pepper* 2 bay leaves* 5 cups water 1 tsp. dill* 3 sprigs fresh tarragon, minced* 1-2 cups nut milk (soy, rice, etc.) salt to taste Cut bottoms […]

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