Margie is a trusted home cook immersed in German foodways.
Sweet potatoes often produce a milky sap, a kind of latex.
Most root veggies and vine ripened veggies will do this. Including squash and other forms of potatoes
It's normal (and shouldn't last long after the cut). Just give it a quick rinse before cooking if it gets all sappy.
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