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Red Garnet Sweet Potatoes

Red Garnet Sweet Potatoes
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Red Garnet Sweet Potatoes

These delicious tubers have thin skin and sweet, orangey-red flesh. Local sweet potatoes are sometimes mislabled “Red Garnet Yams,” but true yams are native to Asia and Africa. Only sweet potatoes are grown in mainland United States.

  • Judging freshness. Look for sweet potatoes that are hard and heavy with a smooth skin.
  • Storing at home. Store them in a cool, dry place. They should keep that way for a couple of weeks.
Red Garnet Sweet Potatoes

The sweet potato’s sweet flavor and moist yet starchy texture allows it to absorb the flavors of neighboring ingredients. For pure, unadulterated sweet potato flavor, roast them in their own skin, wrapped in foil, on a bed of salt. Eat them with salt and butter or puree them with a little brown sugar and vanilla.

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