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If my potatoes are soft what is the best way to cook them?
If your potatoes are already soft, they may not hold up well in certain cooking methods that require firm potatoes, like roasting or frying. However, there are still several ways you can use soft potatoes:
Always consider the consistency of your potatoes when choosing a cooking method. Soft potatoes are better suited for dishes where a mushier texture is acceptable, such as mashed potatoes, soups, and casseroles.
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