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I saw your post with someone asking what is the best method for keeping baked potatoes warm all day and you answered that a bread warming drawer would be best. What temperature should the drawer be at? Also, if I do not sell enough at the end of the day could I put them in the refrigerator and reuse the potatoes again the next day?
If you have leftover baked potatoes at the end of the day, you might consider alternative ways to utilize them. For example, you could repurpose them into potato-based dishes like potato soup, potato salad, or mashed potatoes. This way, you can provide your customers with fresh and delicious options rather than compromising on the quality of your main baked potato offerings.
When running a restaurant, it's important to prioritize the quality of the food you serve to ensure customer satisfaction. If you find that you consistently have a surplus of baked potatoes at the end of the day, you might consider adjusting your portion sizes or exploring creative menu items that incorporate baked potatoes in different ways.
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