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Re: Anyone try raw sweet potatoes?
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Re: Anyone try raw sweet potatoes?

It is gripping what you get by patience. The oozing of a quick cut can be watched for for bacterial browning if the chunk is not dismissed as inconvenient. At selection time, brown spots and stickiness with residues of soil isn't preferable and neither is its developing internal deteriorations in a semmingly cleaner choice until in your kitchen. I have had a few that stayed wonderfully beige, which isn't give me blah blah blah but life.

The starchy category can't conjure up machine shock as a banana since that premise promises to serve for a contrast when ripe and drips in its peeling, pulling you to skip juicers because of that!

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