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To keep boiled potatoes from turning black, when you store them in water with white wine vinegar, is that for overnight? Won’t the potatoes become mushy?
Once cooked (whole or cut) potatoes can be stored in water (with or without vinegar) without becoming discolored or mushy. But, water storage isn’t necessary. Refrigerate the boiled potatoes in a sealed container and use within a couple of days.
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