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Once my baked potatoes are cooled can I put them in my fridge on an open plastic bag or must I use a metal bowl?
No need for a specific-material bowl (such as metal). I suggest storing cooled, whole baked potatoes in any clean tray, bowl, or other shallow container and loosely cover (to minimize dehydration while preventing condensation) and use within two days.
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