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    Just beat up the potatoes and leave them be. Butter yours on your plate, or scoop roomie's out and finish yours properly(that's what I do. My wife is off eggs, dairy and gluten. It's tough.).

    If you can , Mountain King has a variety called King Rustic. They are AMAZINGLY creamy potatoes, if you can find them. They are seasonal or special order or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Extremely simple, and faster than traditional mash.
    That does sound good.

    Stefan's solution sounds pretty good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    Lucky for him that he can have butter.
    Now that's a nice "glass half full" attitude.

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    D'oh -- glad Theory pointed out to use Yukon Golds for the olive oil prep
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    Yukon Golds are, for me at least, the ONLY thing for mashed, no matter what your recipe. ;-).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehunter View Post
    Whatever. I wish we lived close enough for a little contest. ;-)
    What would the contest be, who could boil water faster? I hope you don't live in Colorado

    If you want them done even faster, just don't cool them down. Strain em and press em straight through the grate.

    It really is super easy and way faster than mashed potatoes though, you should try it. No peeling, no cutting, just throw it all in a pot and start working on something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Now that's a nice "glass half full" attitude.
    If I couldn't have cream, milk (and cheese?) I would need to have a glass half full attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    What would the contest be, who could boil water faster? I hope you don't live in Colorado

    If you want them done even faster, just don't cool them down. Strain em and press em straight through the grate.

    It really is super easy and way faster than mashed potatoes though, you should try it. No peeling, no cutting, just throw it all in a pot and start working on something else.
    Nope...Idaho. Except for Yukon Gold, We are too far apart anyhow ThEoRy. I can't imagine the creamy goodness I want in mashed potatoes by pressing them thru a grate, and without some dairy of some kind (butter is a given). And, for the same reason, I would NEVER leave them unpeeled. Shrug

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    I dont know if this would work for your friend, but Ive used dry coffee creamer, butter salt and pepper for whipped potatoes. Worked great for me, and I think its non dairy creamer!

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    Well, it's an alternative to whipped potatoes really. The skins mostly get caught by the grate and don't pass through. This is really more of a rustic side dish I suppose. But it's nice for a change of pace without all the heaviness of cream and butter.
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