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White potatoes and W30


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In general, most people do well with one fist-sized serving of starchy vegetables each day. People who are very active, who are prone to depression or anxiety, or women who are nursing, pregnant, or in the week or so leading up to their period often need more. Potatoes, sweet potatoes, other root vegetables like beets, turnips, parsnips, carrots, or rutabaga, and winter squashes like butternut or acorn squash are all starchy vegetables. 

If they're just grated potatoes, cooked in a skillet or the oven (not deep fried) in a compliant oil with compliant seasoning, they're fine. If you, personally, have a nasty hashbrown habit and can't fathom going even a few days without them, that is something you'd want to look at for yourself and honestly assess if they are serving you well, or if you might want to set them aside for a while and try some other vegetables instead.

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