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Thread: Potato Bags

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    When giving these for a gift how many do you give someone especially if they have a family?

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    Maybe a set of 2. I think you should only bake one at a time to make the timing work out. Buy I would say it is your choice. Different colors?

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    When I set my microwave to bake a potato it has an option to tell it how many potatoes you are baking. But as a rule, I only do 2 at a time.

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    Did you see the entry last week about the
    bags catching on fire?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbj137
    Did you see the entry last week about the
    bags catching on fire?????
    That was my first thought too:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-63047-1.htm

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    There's a new batting made just for potato bags. It was on another thread a week or two ago.

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    After I scrub my potatoes I soak them in water. Then I wrap them individually in a paper towel. Set the microwave for the # of potatoes, zap them and the towel stays moist. They come out nice and fluffy.

    I do the same thing for corn-on-the-cob when it's just the 2 of us - clean it, soak it, wrap it, zap it.

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