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    If potatoes don’t freeze well, why is it that there are so many kinds of pre-prepared, frozen potatoes that you can buy?  I’m thinking of french fries, that kind of thing?  The reason I ask is that since I live in a humid climate, I end up having potatoes go bad fairly quickly, so I can’t buy them in a large bag.

    Any suggestions?


    Raw potatoes tend to fall to pieces when they thaw out, but cooked ones have had their structure altered with cooking so don’t – try boiling and mashing them before freezing (which is basically what happens to pre-prepared shop-bought potato products)