Germany, from the ground
Technically, yes, but you’d have to eat such a large amount of them that it’s not worth worrying about.
First, let’s understand why parts of potatoes turn green. Potatoes, for the most part, are grown underground, but occasionally, a small part might be exposed to sunlight. Those exposed parts turn green as chlorophyll begins to form. Although most of these colorful outliers don’t make it onto the grocery store shelves, the occasional green potato might go overlooked, and this is why you might see a slice in one of your snack bags.
In terms of safety, chlorophyll is both tasteless and nontoxic. However, as a potato turns green, conditions are right for it to synthesize a glycoalkaloid poison called solanine, which potatoes produce to defend against insects and predators. Ingesting large amounts of solanine can cause vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, headaches, and a slew of other unpleasant symptoms—including death. The good news is that those toxic levels would equate to eating several pounds of green potatoes.
Long story short, the moderate solanine formation in one or two errant potato chips is not enough to do any harm.
The list of Grammy nominees was just released, actually. Here are the nominees for the "big four" categories:
Record of the Year:
Album of the Year:
Song of the Year:
Best New Artist:
Beyond that, the pop categories are particularly stacked this year. I'm pretty excited about those.
The nominations for Best Pop Solo Performance are Beyoncé's "Spirit," Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy," Ariana Grande's "7 Rings," Lizzo's "Truth Hurts," and Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down."
The nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album are The Lion King: The Gift by Beyoncé, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? by Billie Eilish, thank u, next by Ariana Grande, No. 6 Collaborations Project by Ed Sheeran, and Lover by Taylor Swift.
Other people are free to list the nominees in their favorite categories! The full list of nominees can be found here.