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Bear Poop Potatoes



Bear Poop Potatoes are somewhat curved and pointed at one end.

They have dull, medium-dark-purple skin, which is smooth for the most part.

These are floury potatoes, with white flesh.

Possibly the same potato as Purple Cowhorn and Seneca Cowhorn .

History Notes

Bear Poop Potatoes were first documented in the hands of a grower named Louis-Marie Ouellet in St-Onesime de Kamouraska, Québec whose family had grown the potato for around a hundred years.

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Also called:

Pomme de terre La Crotte d'Ours (French)

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