Can mashed potatoes cause food poisoning?

Chef's answer
Mashed potatoes can cause food poisoning if it was not handled and cooked correctly. The reason is the solanine contained in a potato's tuber, a glycoalkaloid whose consumption in excess can cause poisoning.
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