By Lee Ann
If you have ever wondered what to do with those potatoes that are about to sprout, here is the answer!
Yes, you can freeze potatoes when they are shredded, French fried or diced.
The trick? Once cut, soak them in cold water, rinse, and soak and rinse again. Lay on a tray lined with paper towel a few minutes to dry them. Put in plastic bags and freeze.
Your potatoes will remain firm and ready to cook!
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