Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

You know there’s nutrition in the potato skin, but nobody wants to eat the dirt the potatoes are planted in. You have to scrub the potatoes, but how?

Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

Kitchen sponges are dirty and full of germs.

Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

Who can find a vegetable brush in this mess?

A washcloth won’t do you any good.

And scrubbing each potato just takes too long!

What a disaster! What’s a mom to do?

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Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

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Scrubbing potatoes is SUCH a pain!

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No potatoes were harmed in the making of this post.

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  1. Craig says

    My job on the farm was to put potatos in a bucket, pour in some water, and stir vigorously using an old broom handle. No dirt and all ready for the pot. My wife likes your way better :)

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