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I am making a pot roast for dinner tonight, but I'm not sure how to tell when my potatoes are done cooking. Any advice?
Potatoes that are cooked alongside a pot roast would be done when the fork pierces the potatoes easily. Here is a link to a number of slow cooker recipes that you might link: https://idahopotato.com/recipes/tag/slow-cooker
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