That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..
Also, what about juicing them with some other veggies and a couple of fruits?..
I prepared Alyssa's salt and vinegar chips Medifast recipe .. and liked it! For some reason, the salt didn't stick very well to the chips, so next time I'll add sea salt to the potatoes at the end of the vinegar soak .. and let soak more before I pop them in the dehydrator. They were nice and crispy! However, I wonder about eating raw (dehydrated raw in this case) potatoes. They just seem wierd to eat raw, and I wonder how well our digestive system handles it...
Soak them in water to remove the starchiness, then you can spiralize them and make noodles for soup, or you can slice and make potato chips, or you can shread and mix with squash and spices and make patties with them..
Thanks for all the great suggestions!.
I don't have a dehydrator, so looks like my only option could be making "noodles" for a soup..
But keep the suggestions coming!..
I've heard that of some reason you should just eat sweetpotato when it comes to raw potato. But, then again, thats only what I've heard..
Another thing. The oliveoil that figures in alot of recipes, is this of some special kind. I don't know alot about oils and their rawness but do you mean coldpressed oliveoil?..
Yes cold pressed olive oil (extra virgin is better)..
Rhio has a really good German potato salad Medifast recipe in her Medifast recipe book. I took it to a church dinner and everyone there loved it, got seconds, and asked me for the recipe...
Sure, I'll type it in when I get home. I'm at work right now and I don't have the book with me...
Oh cool RP never thought of soaking them to remove starchiness!..
How long do you soak them for?.
2 potatos in water - do you skin them and put them in there whole?.
I would think if I were to put them in sliced up in cubes they'll get all mushy after a while...
You would not get anywhere just soaking the whole potato or even peeling and soaking it..
You would need to spiralize them or slice them or whatever first, and then soak them (maybe with a bit of sea salt). This would expose more surface area for starch to be taken from..
I am waiting for Rhio's Medifast recipe too!.