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    I just bought 15 lbs of potatoes for $2.48

    Yay, but now what should I do with them? We like to make breakfast potatoes a lot so I thought about dicing them and then freezing. Do I need to cook them first?

    What about hash browns, can I just shred them and freeze?

    I know I can freeze mashed potatoes, but beyond that I need help!

    What would you do with all these taters???

    TIA ladies!

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    Ok, don't laugh but if you will read the next thread you will find we are dehydrating our potatoes. In fact I have taters in the dehydrator now.

    I'm not sure how to make hasbrowns ahead of time. I'm sure someone else will answer.

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    How about twice baked potatoes?

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