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A Note on Storage for All Potatoes
Always avoid temperature extremes when storing potatoes: if you keep your spuds in the fridge, their starch will turn to sugar; stored in a warm spot, they will sprout. Also, don't keep your potatoes with your onions the onions will coax the potatoes into rotting.
Storing Mature Potatoes
Your best bet for storing potatoes is to keep them in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated place. They should last for several weeks. At 50 degrees, they can last for up to 3 months.
Storing New Potatoes
Store young potatoes in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated place, and use them within a week of purchase.
Storing Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are more perishable than potatoes. They should keep for 7 to 10 days when stored in a dark, cool, well-ventilated place. If kept at temperatures higher than 60 degrees, they will sprout and ferment, and the flesh may turn woody.
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