- Store potatoes in a cool, dark place somewhere slightly warmer than the fridge. A box in a dark corner of the pantry or a paper bag work well.
- Moisture and exposure to light causes spoilage.
- Onions cause potatoes to sprout. They’re still good to eat—just cut off the sprouts and eyes.
- While apples cause most produce to spoil, apples can help keep potatoes from sprouting, so you may want to store them together in a cool place for long-term storage.
- Cooked and mashed potatoes can be frozen to eat later.
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