When Patrick and I look around, I'll tell you what we see, we see what's called a skins game. It's like golf - the closest to the hole, the one who gets in with the least amount of strokes wins. But picking out your fruits and vegetables also has to do with a skins game. A potato skin inparticular is loaded with nutrients: vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and also loaded with fiber - both soluble and insoluble, so it prevents cancer and also prevents heart disease. So the skins game in terms of the potato is: eat it. One exception: if the potato has a green tint to it avoid it. The reason why there's a green tint is because of a chemical, it's called solanine, and it's because of too much sun exposure on the potato skin. That solanine can make you sick.