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They look like that so all of can enjoy looking at the photo!@llama momma wrote:If somebody knows why these two taters look like this, please share! So far the rest are all normal looking
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Which is why I eat these first before the skin has a chance to cure and harden. Just a hard scrubbing and maybe some light scraping is all you need.@Goosegirl wrote:Makes 'em hard to peel! I love those kinds of surprises in the garden!
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