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      Yes you can freeze them.

      Melissa

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      12pt;color: black;”>Can I freeze
      them at that point? I have about 8 BIG
      taters, we cannot eat all of them at onece and I
      really try to limit my starches….Twice baked…4 days a week will
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      12pt;”>Twice baked potatoes.

      Bake them in the oven as you would for baked potatoes. When done cut
      them in half and scoop out the potatoe meat. Mash the potatoes and
      add butter, milk, S & P and chatter cheese. Put on a cookie sheet
      and bake for additional 30 minutes. Or you can cut the top of a
      potatoes instead cut in half and follow the same instructions.

      Melissa
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      12pt;color: black;”>What can I do with 8lbs of baking
      potatoes? I have some that really “need” to be
      used. Any ideas?

      12pt;color: black;”>Thanks!

      12pt;color: black;”>Carol McNally

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