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“Don’t keep your sweet potatoes in the fridge as it spoils their delicious flavour.”

The humble sweet potato has received some extra attention lately and I for one am thrilled. I am a massive fan and here are a few reasons why.

Sweet potatoes are a fabulous source of beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Boasting over 200 per cent of the recommended daily intake per cup, sweet potatoes have been shown in research studies to

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