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We are having an event where we will be serving baked potatoes. I will be cooking 30-40 medium to large Idaho potatoes in our oven. We have two ovens - one with two racks, the other with one. I typically wash the potatoes, poke them a few times, and place them right on the rack at about 400°F for 60 minutes. Considering the number of potatoes and their size I have a few questions below: (Answers are in red) What temperature do you suggest I use to cook them?
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