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We are planning to open a fries business but we want to use fresh potatoes, to reduce the work on site, we plan to deliver peeled potatoes to the stores. What is the best way to store peeled potatoes without them browning? Can I vacuum seal peeled potatoes? Is it required to cook potatoes first before vacuum sealing or just wash, peel then seal? Are vacuum sealed potatoes need to be refrigerated?
Storing peeled potatoes without browning can be a bit challenging, but there are a few methods you can consider to maintain their freshness:
Remember that while these methods can help prevent browning, the texture and taste of freshly cut potatoes might still change over time, so it's a good idea to regularly check their quality.
Before implementing any method, it's recommended to conduct small-scale tests to determine the best approach for your specific situation and storage conditions. Additionally, following food safety guidelines and regulations is crucial when dealing with perishable foods like potatoes.
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