Stop buying potatoes. Use this super easy method to get an endless supply at home

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Potatoes are a kitchen essential. They can help you out of a pinch during those busy days of the week when inspiration for what to cook next starts running dry. That’s because there are many different ways to cook potatoes, and they are all delicious.
You can bake them in the oven and then top them with some cheese, sour cream and bacon. You can use them to make a filling potatoes soup. You can mash them, fry them, boil them and eat them with some simple butter and salt. Yum. My mouth is watering already.
I don’t know about you, but I could eat potatoes four days a week, and not get bored of the taste. There are definitely a lot of ways to use potatoes for a wide array of recipes, so why not try growing them at home?
It will not always save you a lot of trips to the supermarket, but you will actually gain an unexpected sense of pride and satisfaction for managing to grow your own food. Not to mention the fact that you eliminate the risk of eating potatoes that were grown using all kind of pesticides or chemicals.
Now, you’re probably thinking to yourself: “I can’t grow potatoes; I’m not a farmer.” Well, you don’t have to be a farmer, or have a huge garden to grow potatoes.
By watching the video below, you will learn everything you need to do to start growing pounds and pounds of potatoes from just a single 2-pound bag of seed potatoes.
You can do it!