I've been looking into potatoes. With a husband who is rarely able to predict his coming-home time in the evenings, I find myself making easy-care meals in my slow cooker (we haven't had this heat wave at all this year up here, in fact its been a wet summer sometimes verging on cold). These are not as satisfactory as they used to be because I've cut out the potatoes. Looking on the internet it seems that a raw, uncooked potato contains 17gms carbs per 100gms. I weighed a medium sized potato and find it weighs about 300gms ..... so - half a medium potato weighing 150gms would be about 26 gms carb, if I've done my sums right. This can easily be incorporated into a 60gm per day carbohydrate plan. Celeriac or cauliflower mash, although acceptable, is just not the same. Or am I missing something here?