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Hello! I am new and excited about my reset! I was looking over the shopping list and it just dawned upon me that I can eat potatoes! This will be food freedom! I’d rather have some mashed sweet potatoes or potatoes than dairy any day of the week! My instapot and I are going to be ready!
So what's the deal with potatoes? I see that they used to not be allowed and now they are. For some reason, when I pan fry up some taters in olive oil and seasoning (quite regularly) I feel like they might not be healthy for me. How much potatoes are too much potatoes? I love sweet potatoes as well, but I seem to have an intolerance to them of some sort. I get really bloated and belchy when I eat them. It does make a difference if I peel them first though, but still. So in turn, any recipe I see with sweet potatoes, I sub potatoes. I probably eat potatoes once every other day, is that bad?
Total prep time: ~30 mins Potatoes prepared & cooked this way (except w/ olive oil instead of butter): https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/220520/classic-hash-browns/, then added to sauté-ing finely chopped mushrooms & onions (cook in pan for 4-5 mins on medium heat before adding potatoes). Then added ~1/4 cup coconut flour (for funsies to see if it would add good texture; it did! But do so only if you like the taste of coconut, else perhaps try another compliant flour), then added pan fried bay scallops (I'm sure there's good instructions online, but I just winged it; ~5 mins on medium-high heat, flipping a few times). All seasoned with salt, black pepper, & red chili pepper flakes (add only if you like spice)!
Anyone aware of a compliant pre-packaged frozen shredded hash brown? I have a great omelette recipe that I used pre-Whole 30 with hash browns and smoked salmon, but everything I find has dextrose in it (Ore-Ida, Giant Eagle, etc.). I would super prefer not to break out the knuckle-grater!