Pro Tip: Cut up sweet potato fries the night before you plan to serve them (while you are prepping dinner the night before or meal-prepping for the week) and leave your sweet potato fries soak in cold water in the fridge for up to 3-4 days. • Tip: Use a clean kitchen towel to really dry the fries well--you don't want ANY water left on your sweet potato sticks. • If you are making more than 4 servings, you will need to prepare 2 baking sheets, as you don't want your fries to be over-crowded and steam on the baking sheet. • Soaking the sweet potatoes is a MUST to remove excess starch from the potatoes, this tip will help tremendously in achieving crispy sweet potatoes. • Be sure to use canola, vegetable, peanut, or coconut oil to cook these sweet potato fries, as those oils have a high smoking point which is necessary when baking at such a high temperature. Olive oil will not work for this recipe. • I peel my sweet potatoes for even texture, but feel free to leave peel on fries. • Remember--do not salt until AFTER baking fries. • Use any seasonings you like in the coating--just be sure it is salt free.