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    I bake up a whole one, put on some butter and brown sugar and with a nice tossed salad that is my whole dinner and that is more than enough. I love sweet potatoes. Edie
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    The left over sweet potato will keep better if it is cooked first. It takes no more energy to cook the whole one.
    I cook three big ones at a time, eat one meal, put one meal in the refrigerator and put the rest into the freezer in one meal portions.
    Mavita - Square dancer and One Room School Teacher

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    I almost like that idea better than mine.......cook up a bunch and they will be ready for lunch!!!!!! OMG did I do that????
    Edie
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    I make roasted white and sweet potatoes I peel and cut in half and cut long chucks steam them till they are soft though them in a roasting pan spray a little oil and salt and sprinkle rosemary and roast for an our never have left overs. But they can be warmed up easy

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    I love sweet potato too. I just cut off what I need then put the rest in the crisper. It may get a little discoloration on the cut end but I just cut a sliver off before I use it next. I can keep it for a week or so and it's still good.. Just got onto Parsnip chips. YUM. I will microwave Sweet Potato, white potato (small) carrot, parsnip and pumpkin all cut into chips until almost cooked then place under the grill under crispy. Yum, yum, yum.

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    We love baked sweet potatoes but like you, hard to find small ones. So I just buy a large one, bake it, then slice it in half the long way, and we each have a nice sized potato to eat. Now I'm hungry and it's too late to eat!

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    I'm on a sweet potato kick this week. I nuke mine, a little butter, lots of cinnamon and equal. yum yum !
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    I Love BIG sweet potatoes...with lots of butter! But I really don't eat all of it at one meal. I want to though!

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