The potato may seem as common as they come, but we’re heading to the fields to learn everything there is to know about the starchy staple. Campbell Farms in North Dakota and Minnesota knows a thing or two about potatoes: They grow organic and conventional red and yellow varieties across their 4,000-acre, multistate operation.
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We’re also breaking down the complexity of carbs, including the three main types and how they work differently from each other. Plus, did you know you can use potatoes as a topical blemish remover and as a fix for tarnished silverware? The unusual, but helpful, uses of the common potato seem endless, and we’ve got a whole list for you.
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