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Reheating sweet potato wedges

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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/14 10:20:42 (permalink)
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Wow...since when did eating sweet potato wedges become this complicated?
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/19 00:03:19 (permalink)
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Nigeepoo

The TruthWhat would you do then if they were loose and there was no label and the sweet potato was not organic????
I would check for wax and remove it if possible (I've not yet seen a sweet potato with wax on it).
I would microwave the sweet potato and eat it, skin and all, probably with butter.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hormesis

You are so funny guess all the supermarkets are wrong with there labelling then.......... you best go tell them.
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/19 08:36:22 (permalink)
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In message #19, you said that sweet potatoes don't have labels if they're loose.
But yes, I'm funny!
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/20 12:55:10 (permalink)
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Wax!? how do we know if there's wax on them? will it feel sort of slippery?

What's the worst that could happen?
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/20 15:04:02 (permalink)
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Love/Hate

Do you all bake sweet potato wedges raw or do you par boil them first?

 
I bake them raw mate everytime whether its roast/jacket/wedges. For wedges and roast ill coat them in olive oil. I find that sweet potatoes cook alot quicker than normal potatoes and they are much softer, boiling them first makes them too soft and they fall to pieces IMO
post edited by ControlYourDog - 2011/03/20 15:05:32
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/20 23:06:37 (permalink)
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In message #19, you said that sweet potatoes don't have labels if they're loose.
But yes, I'm funny!

Yeah but the none loose ones???    lol............ Think you are disagreeing for the sake of it my buddy..........
post edited by The Truth - 2011/03/20 23:27:06
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Re:Reheating sweet potato wedges 2011/03/21 08:05:38 (permalink)
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NigeepooIn message #19, you said that sweet potatoes don't have labels if they're loose. But yes, I'm funny!
Yeah but the none loose ones???    lol............ Think you are disagreeing for the sake of it my buddy.........
You did ask about the loose ones! What does it say on the labels of the bagged non-organic ones?
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