It is undoubtedly a poor_skill to not buy things that you don't need, and to get things for free when the supermarket is giving them out. Unfortunately, this has put me in a situation that I am hoping the community can help me out with. I have recently come into 5 lbs of potatoes that my supermarket was giving away with the purchase of a roast. The ones I put in the cart at the beginning of my grocery trip were not the brand I was to get free, so I put the second bag in with the intent of going back to the produce aisle to put the originals back so I wouldn't wind up on customers_suck. Well, long story short, I wound up taking both home. Normally, this would just be a case for potato salad and scalloped potatoes, but I already had a bag of potatoes at home. So basically, I have 14-ish lbs of potatoes on my hands and I have no idea how to make them last longer than I would be sick of potatoes. So I ask of the group wisdom... What do I do with so many potatoes? I'm totally willing to entertain ideas of freezing (which I've never done before) or giving them away on freecycle or something. I'd return them, but I am unsure of what I did with the receipt, and they're already here, so I'd rather not.