What are the pros? culinary versatility, flavor
What are the cons? price (but not too bad)
This sweet potato is an interesting variety, in that it has pink skin, but is even whiter fleshed than the "white" variety I purchased from a grocery store. When freshly dug, I even dared to use it in a traditional potato salad! I have never eaten a sweet potato that I wanted to do this with. The Omani is like the "red potato" of sweet potatoes. It does not seem to produce as heavy as the common Beauregard cultivar (but what does?) but it does often make sweet potatoes right under the plant like Beauregards do. Once cured, these might make superb sweet potato fries. The Omani pink seems to also grow strange shaped roots like the Beauregard sometimes does. Its a shame that local garden centers in the United States do not sell more varieties of sweet potato slips.
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