Look at those beauties! These taters are in the Slow Food Ark of Taste as a special, meaningful regional product. A staple of the Pac NW Makah native ppl, who likely adopted the plant after finding it in garden of abandoned Spanish fort. (And the Spanish brought it from South America, original birthplace of all potatoes.) Makah is nutty, earthy. Seed sources on our website!
  • slowfoodseaLook at those beauties! These taters are in the Slow Food Ark of Taste as a special, meaningful regional product. A staple of the Pac NW Makah native ppl, who likely adopted the plant after finding it in garden of abandoned Spanish fort. (And the Spanish brought it from South America, original birthplace of all potatoes.) Makah is nutty, earthy. Seed sources on our website!

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  • poshereatsAre those related to ozettes? They look very similar.
  • poshereatsNevermind!
  • slowfoodsea@p_oshereats yes, I should have called them by full name, Makah Ozette! They are one and same. Do you grow them?
  • poshereats@slowfoodsea No, but I used to buy them in LA from the good folks @weiserfarms
  • slowfoodsea@p_oshereats what was your fave way to prepare?
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