Has anyone tried using boiled potatoes in a potato salad and tested blood sugar? Cooking them then cooling makes them high resistive starch, which bypasses your bloodstream and heads for your second brain, your gut. I eat quite a lot of resistant starch - cashews are stuffed, as are green bananas, pasta that's been cooked, cooled and warmed up again has lots, so does toast that's cold (croutons anyone?) especially the wholewheat versions, and I'm wondering if they all could help with sugar spikes, and the keto diet. I mash cauliflower, for topping shepherds pie. The kids don't notice but they love veggie food, and happily have cauliflower rice instead of normal rice. DietDoctor (US site for Keto everything) lists Rutabaga chips, which for us is Swede/turnip as ok but they list as having moderate carbs. Still a starch, no? I do find though as I get close to full keto (dark purple on ketostix,) I don't find traditional 'white' carbs interesting at all.