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>makes your skin literally glow after a few weeks of consumption
>tastes amazing
>fills you up for hours
>makes you shit perfect solid logs
Sweet potatoes, and potatoes in general, are a must consume for any lifting man
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>>68417562
how do i cook these spictatoes?
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>>68417562
>>tastes amazing
i dont like how they taste
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>>68417587
grab one, cut lines into them, cut down middle half way through, pour olive oil, salt and some herbs and bake for like 35 mins on a decently high temperature
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>>68417663
but goyslop is ready now
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>>68417587
Cut the ends off and stab both ends. Make some cuts down the whole potato. Put it in the microwave for 5-6 minutes. Once it's out, cut it up and cover it in salt. That's how I do it because I'm lazy.
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>>68417587
slice them motherfuckers up and fry them in salted butter with some fresh ground black pepper on em.
>b-b-but butter is fat and you c-c-ant mix with carbs
shut up bitch im not a fat lard fuck like you
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>>68417562
Used to just microwave, but thinking might try airfrying
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I like cinnamon on my sweet potatoes. No need for sugar, they’re already plenty sweet.
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Why is it so hard to chop these fuckers compared to regular potatoes?
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>>68418246
The Jews

Are air fryers worth it boys? What do I look for when I buy one
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>>68418246
I boil mine beforehand.
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>>68417587
>lightly brush with butter
>cover them in kosher salt
>put in oven at 400 for an hour
fucking DELICIOUS
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>>68418355
>brush with butter
Starting to do this now since I put a bit of butter on one and it was absolutely delicious
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>>68418199
I can’t stress enough bros. Try cinnamon next time you make your sweet potatoes. No matter how you cook them. I’ll eat it baked potato style or I’ll cut them into wedges and cinnamon them up. Always a good choice.
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>>68417562
>Cut into cubes
>Coat in olive oil, salt, pepper, oregano and a touch of honey
>Bake until soft then broil for a little bit to caramelize the honey
Fucking out of this world delicious.
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>>68418355
>KOSHER salt
good goy
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>>68417618
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>>68418517
touch cast iron fren, you've been on here too long
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>>68418517
>mfw using only non-kosher salt
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>>68418355
Salt is salt you fucking autist goy
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>>68418300
My roommate has the basket style one, and my parents have the pricier, Cuisinart one that looks more like a convection oven. I don't see a big difference between either, and they also cook Brussel sprouts extremely well.
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>>68417562
>are a must consume for any lifting man
If you want extra junk calories, sure.
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>>68417587
Boil them, not until they get mushy though. Should still retain some firmness. Cut them into long slices of chop them so they are still circular. Add whatever kind of seasoning you want. Then either bake or fry. Enjoy.
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>>68417562

I cube them, pan fry them with olive oil, salt, paprika, cayenne pepper, and cinnamon before I add dried fruit and dates to it and then fry them until they're crispy. Sweet and spicy sweet potatoes.
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>>68417587
350f 70-80 minutes turning about half way through. Nothing special. You can wait until they ripen if you want them sweeter but the heat in this process is just doing what time is aiding an enzymatic breakdown of starches into sugars. Which is why I'd recommend cooking them on the lower end of temps and not perforating them.
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>>68418300
just get a toaster oven
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>>68419773
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I eat them raw sometimes, they’re like secret carrots the government doesn’t want you to know about. Or cube them and toss them in oil and salt and bake em for like 25 minutes.
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>>68417562
>makes your skin literally glow
I hate any retard who uses this phrase unironically. Skin can't fucking glow, you fucking idiot. Stop saying dumb shit like this. It's not how it works.
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>>68417663
>>68417838
>>68417868
>>68418355
>>68419905

I hate cooklets so much it’s unreal.

Boil them in water for 30 minutes. Put them in the airfrier for 30 minutes with chicken thighs.

Cut them and put butter and salt:

Easy meal that cooks by itself with like 60g of protein.
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>>68418517
>>68418528
>>68418580
Kosher salt is better, they’re flakes instead of crystals, if you’re using iodized salt there’s probably dextrose or yellow prussate in it, and if you’re using sea salt there’s all kinds of bs in there.
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>>68417562
Literally eat sweet and yellow potatoes all the fucking time. I've ditched the grains for some time.
Yesterday I had tray baked taters
>one sweet potato
>three yellow potatoes
>third of hokaido pumpkin
Just cubed and seasoned with smoked paprika, thyme, salt, pepper, lemon juice and olive oil. Currently waiting to give birth to solid log. Can feel it forming.
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Two-three apples cut into pieces, and boiled to a porridge with a bit of water.
One large sweet potato baked for an hour at 200C.
Diced and fried bacon cubes.

Mix the applesauce with mashed sweet potato in a 1:1 ratio. Serve with bacon.
Perfect comfort food for a cold, wet oktober evening.
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>>68418528
I only use nazi salt.
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>>68417562
used to pick these in the fields, fuckin hated that job
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>>68420190
>Hate cooklets
>Just use airfrier bro
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>>68420208
>third of hokaido pumpkin
I should try this. A mix of baked 'taters and swe'ters is my go-to side dish along with a hefty cabbage salad for whatever meat I'm having.
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>>68420245
Don't forget he's boiled them for 30 minutes already.
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>>68420171
>ackchually it doesnt LITERALLY glow you fucking idiot
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>>68418517
>he doesn't know about koshermaxxing
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>>68418300
Can't honestly believe they are worth it, I can just as well put my oven on convection mode for the same effect.
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>>68420254
Roasted pumpkin is nice and I like it in season. Usually I roast other root vegetables like carrots, celeriac or parsley roots. Goes well with any roasted meat. Cabbage salad is also one of my staples.
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>>68420513
Pumpkin is just very rarely used here in my country, so I legit never consider it for anything.
And cabbage is fucking king. Crunchier than salad, just as good micronutrient-wise, good for your gut health and fills you the fuck up. Just what a shrinking margerine elemental needs.
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>>68420539
I think it's unusual here as well but many people just growing it on their gardens for fun so I get few of them for free every season.
Cabbage salad is superb but I discovered that cabbage soup with some other vegetables is also pretty nice. Gonna make it the whole winter.
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>>68418580
>just use the salt is 2% microplastic and anticaking agents bro
>yes it's exactly the same
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>>68420284
Yeah, because it actually fucking doesn't, retard. You're in no position to use a soijak to depict me. I'm the one who should be using a soijak to depict you, since only a soiboy faggot would use a phrase like that, you fucking queer. Go back.
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>>68417562
Baked sweet potatoes sliced up and with sugar cane honey on top is fucking godly.


And I'm talking of true sweet potato (greenish ones)
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are sweet potatoes a vegetables ?

i assume they dont have a pesticide problem because they grow under ground?
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>>68418580
>>68420195
>>68418528
>>68418517
>using anything that isn't pink himalayan salt
I shiggy diggy
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>>68420171
If you want to get literal and "akshully" about it, then you should know people, as all living beings, do emit their own light.
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>>68418441
Do you add the cinnamon before or after baking?
What else do you add?
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>>68418199
>>68418441
This. Japanese sweet potatoes wrapped in foil baked until they're soft with some cinnamon is basically candy.
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>>68420190
Lmao you are making home fries in an air fryer
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This shit makes me fart so much otherwise love em
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>>68418517
You know "kosher salt" has nothing to do with Jews, right?

>The term kosher salt gained common usage in North America and refers to its use in the Jewish religious practice of dry brining meats, known as kashering, and not to the salt itself being manufactured under any religious guidelines.

>and not to the salt itself being manufactured under any religious guidelines.
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>>68417562
People say these things are good for you but I just can't stand them. The weird softness and sickly sweetness is gross. I'm not usually picky but sweet potatoes are the one thing I will never eat. Honestly I'm feeling a little queasy just thinking about them.
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>>68417587
I will get crucified for saying this but idgaf
I just wash it, poke some holes in it with a fork, then microwave for 5 minutes, flip over, microwave another 5 minutes
Sprinkle brown sugar and eat
Obviously if you have time, there are better ways than the microwave, but waiting over an hour for a potato is unrealistic in most cases
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>>68424590
Shalom
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>>68417587
Chop them up and throw them in the air frier with a drizzle of butter or olive oil. Put salt and allspice on them. Air fry at 350 for 15-20 minutes.
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>>68417587
>spictatoes
?
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>>68417562
Sweet potatoes are great but I don't really like how sweet they are. Is there a specific cooking method to mitigate that without damaging nutrition?
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>>68425977
Doubt it
You can add some spice like cayenne
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Why eat the potato? Just eat the soil
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>>68426147
Yeah might be good really spicy.
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>>68417562
I prefer purple sweet potatoes, but basically yes. Great food.
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>>68425977
Purple or white ones are less sweet than the orange ones.
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>>68425963
potatoes are originally native to south america
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>>68426412
I think the yellow/white asian cultivars are actually sweeter in flavor and sugar content if you let them ripen a little before baking them. The orange ones are by far the starchiest ones and calling them "sweet" potatoes almost ironic. The purple ones are somewhere in the middle.
>>68426442
I was reading HG Wells a breif history of the world and he basically said I'm paraphrasing and modernizing here: THOSE DUMB FUCKING SUN WORSHIPING BEANERS DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THERE WERE POTATOES IN PERU just go south you absolute blood thirsty apes.
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>>68424590
Kek
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>>68426442
Inca were more respectable than Aztecs
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>>68417562
>makes your skin literally glow



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