Potatoes, Adirondack Blue are a truly blue potato, because they are also blue on the inside. See more about them below.
About Adirondack Blue Potatoes:
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.
Some background information:
Over the years, people have been asking us, “What do vegans eat?” This is probably because they first think about a flesh product as the main meal. After that they then think about everything else as a side dish. So, we began publishing the huge variety of plant foods that are available for us to eat in this section of our web site. Additionally, we are always on the lookout for something new to add to our collection. This way we can experiment with to incorporate into our meals. We have also found that eating mostly unprocessed plant foods make us much more healthy. It’s a great way to live and our foods provide almost all of our vitamins.
Please visit our main web site: https://all-creatures.org
Thank you for visiting all-creatures.org