Potatoes can last anywhere from two to four weeks in a pantry and up to two months in a fridge. There are several ways to tell if a potato is bad. One way is to look at the potato. If the potato has a green tint or has sprouted, it is bad. Another way to tell if a potato is bad is by smelling it. If the potato smells like it is rotting, it is bad. The final way to tell if a potato is bad is
How To Tell When A Potato Is Bad
The signs that a potato is bad include discoloration, soft spots, and sprouting. If a potato has any of these signs, it is no longer safe to eat.
To tell when a potato is bad, you will need: a potato, a knife, and a cutting board.
- If the potato is green or sprouted, it is bad and should not be eaten
- If the potato has a bruise or a cut, it is bad and should not be eaten
- If the potato is wrink
-Potatoes should never be soft to the touch, as this is a sign that they are bad. -If a potato has green patches on it, then it is bad and should not be eaten. -Potatoes that have been stored for too long will start to rot, and will smell bad when peeled. -If a potato has been exposed to the cold, it may develop a dark spot on the skin. This spot is where the potato has started to die,
Frequently Asked Questions
Is A Potato Bad If It Sprouts?
Yes, a potato is bad if it sprouts because that means it is starting to rot.
Can You Eat Potatoes That Sprouted?
Yes, you can eat potatoes that have sprouted. The sprouted potato will be a little bit bitter, but it is safe to eat.
Can You Get Sick From Eating Potatoes With Sprouts?
Yes, you can get sick from eating potatoes with sprouts. The sprouts may contain bacteria that can cause food poisoning.
A potato is bad when it has a greenish tinge, soft spots, and/or a sour smell.