Extending the Life of Potatoes
Packaging for some products has never been "single person" friendly, like potatoes for instance. Unless you're buying a "baking potato", any other varieties have to be purchased by the bag - a bag larger than I need in order to use them before they go bad.
I like Yukon Golds, new potatoes, little reds and fingerlings. Except for the fingerlings (which come in smaller amounts), I just don't eat enough potatoes to use a 5 lb. sack very quickly.
Besides keeping them in the cool dark, can you freeze potatoes? What do you do to extend their useful life as long as possible?
"Food is our common ground, a universal experience." - James Beard