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A type of 'floury' potato (designated as a late-maincrop), developed in Ireland, and launched in 1976. it has the advantage of growing in a regular shape, so is popularly sold by supermarkets as a 'baking' potato - however, it's size convenience hides the fact that Cara's suffer from a distinct lack of flavour. Cara's are also recommended for making chips and roasting.
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