how much potassium in instant mashed potatoes?

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Answered: Potatoes

I would say yes. Use very little and adjust to your likeing. I have to subsitute often.

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Answered: Potatoes: How Do You Like Them?

Mashed with cream cheeseand chives.

Answered: I was digging up my potatoes and several were like they were mashed

There are many funguses that hit potatoes, unfortunately. It is best to take one of the diseased potatoes to your feed store or the university agricultural extension to identify what actually got it. They will tell you how to treat the diseased soil and how to get started with a new cultivar of ...

Answered: What foods contain potassium?

i know that banana is the best source of potassium.
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Potato recipes

Ingredients 1 (30 ounce) package frozen hash brown potatoes 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese 1 (16 ounce) container sour cream 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of mushroom soup 1 onion, chopped 1 cup butter 3 cups crushed corn flakes Directions Preheat oven to 425 ...

Can frozen potatoes be boiled and then eaten?

Freezing raw potatoes will cause the sugar to come up in them. It makes them very sweet and when they thaw they will tun black. I agree, toss them.

What is the best way to bake a potato?

Here From my research, here are some best baked potato themes. 1. Scrub with a brush to clean--but not too hard. 2. Rub with olive oil (or melted butter). Then roll with sea salt or garlic mixture. Here's a rock salt method too. 3. Potatoes really do blow up if you don't prick them with a fork ...