What a Hell’s a Difference Between Yams and Sweet Potatoes?

What is a honeyed potato?

The honeyed potato many people are informed with — a long, copper-skinned, orange-fleshed kind with a slim finish — is also a many common. However, there are lots of opposite soothing and organisation varieties of honeyed potato, that come in a series of opposite tone varieties both inside and out — white, yellow, red, and even purple. In fact, a soft, red-skinned unfeeling many people call “yams” are indeed a kind of honeyed potato. This interchangeability is so prevalent in a US that many grocery stores will even tag honeyed potatoes “yams” (however, a US Department of Agriculture does require them to accompany such a tag with “sweet potato” somewhere).

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