I am in the middle (more like beginning!) of chopping some vegetables to put in some butternut squash soup and as I was peeling the potato, I noticed there was green under the skin. Since I'd never seen this before, I googled it and half the people say it's toxic to eat a "green potato", and others say it's OK. I bought 6 and haven't peeled the rest, so I hope they aren't all like that. At first I wondered if it just wasn't ripe, and then I wondered if potatoes even need to ripen, I don't know!!! I'm going to throw it out and try the next one see how it is. So, what do you guys think? How did I live to be 27 and never see a green potato before?
If you don't see a thread about butternut squash soup tomorrow, you'll know all my potatoes were green and I was too tired to go the store to get more!