It may be best to call ahead to your local grocer to see availability -- pre-shredded potatoes are often available, but sweet potatoes may be a different story. To ensure freshness however, shredding them yourself might be a good idea.
I rarely see them where I live, but they will shred quickly in your food processor. You may save more time then calling all over town looking for preshredded.
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