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I wanted to do this because sometimes I get hungry and I want to eat. I figured that potatoes would be something good for me that I could ...
Get some potatoes and olive oil.
Wash and dry potato.
Poke holes all over with a fork to vent steam (try to make it even).
Get the olive oil and put a little in a bowl.
Dip two or three fingers in the oil and rub the oil all over the potato (but not too much)
Wrap the potato in a paper towel, place on a plate and put it into the microwave.
When using a 1200 Watt microwave, set the timer to 3:00 for a very small potato; set it to 4:30 for a medium-sized potato; and set it to ...
The potato should be soft enough for eating and while it is still slightly firm deep inside when it is done.
Let the potato stand for five minutes. This allows the inside of the potato to finish cooking with the hot steam that is trapped inside; this helps it ...
After it comes out of the microwave you can wrap it in aluminum foil it will make it cook the inside a little faster than if you just ...
After about five minutes it will be finished and ready to eat.
Now you can put anything on it that you would like and eat it!
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