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I agree, Randy, a good old fashioned baked potato, or french fries, or potato casserole can't be topped. However, healthy menus include replacing white with sweet potatoes. Thankfully, I enjoy the flavors that come from this southern vegetable. I rarely ate them except swimming in sugar syrup and marshmallows. YUCK! A property prepared baked, roasted, or oven fried sweet potato easily replaces the white.
Never liked them.
Eating sweet over white potatoes is smart. However, as a substitute, they just don't taste the same. I had a sweet potato-apple oven baked dish last night, as a matter of fact.
Advised to leave white potatoes behind and eat sweet potatoes instead, here is a recipe that Martha Stewart and the Sweet Potatoe Industry recommends is both easy and delicious. We have come to prefer this potato over the white:
We did it for about two years. There's an amazing array of (non) cookbooks available with all sorts of creative possibilities. Also, I did cheat on occasion when traveling for work. Finally one day we were in the middle of a blizzard and went out for hot crab sandwiches. The raw food diet was history.
Bertold, did you enjoy the raw food diet and were you able to feel satiated without a hot, cooked potato or a nice hunk of meat?
When we were on the raw food diet for a couple of years, we made some really good flax seed crackers.
Yes, I tried making crackers awhile back, & couldn't leave them alone.
Tom, crackers sound like a keeper to me!
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