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turnip rape
brassicarapa subsp. campestris.
turnip stubble
green top regrowth after the roots have been harvested. Used for grazing by ruminants but toxicity (nitrate-nitrite, hemolytic agent, goitrogen).
turnip weed
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When the brother heard of all this, and how a turnip had made the gardener so rich, he envied him sorely, and bethought himself how he could contrive to get the same good fortune for himself.
Twas hasty puddin', as ye say," said her husband, "and hurry-up turnips and get-a-move-on-ye coffee.
He doesn't generally go to town this time of year and he NEVER visits; if he'd run out of turnip seed he wouldn't dress up and take the buggy to go for more; he wasn't driving fast enough to be going for a doctor.
When a boy gets weak and ill and don't relish his meals, we give him a change of diet--turn him out, for an hour or so every day, into a neighbour's turnip field, or sometimes, if it's a delicate case, a turnip field and a piece of carrots alternately, and let him eat as many as he likes.
In the vegetable kingdom we have a case of analogous variation, in the enlarged stems, or roots as commonly called, of the Swedish turnip and Ruta baga, plants which several botanists rank as varieties produced by cultivation from a common parent: if this be not so, the case will then be one of analogous variation in two so-called distinct species; and to these a third may be added, namely, the common turnip.
The Man of Wrath loathes picnics, and has no eye for nature and frozen seas, and is simply bored by a long drive through a forest that does not belong to him ; a single turnip on his own place is more admirable in his eyes than the tallest, pinkest, straightest pine that ever reared its snow-crowned head against the setting sunlight.
He'd had enough of being just another turnip in just another row of turnips in just another field of turnips.
And turnips are a two-for-one veggie, meaning you buy the root and you get the turnip greens for free.
in Scotland, turnips are known as 'neeps' while swedes are called turnips
At one time it was all about turnips and "ducky" apples.
Cooked till they're sweet and mellow, turnips are less fibrous than the daikon traditionally used in this ' homestyle stew, and they make a good bridge between the beef and salty-sweet braising liquid.
with olive oil, salt, thyme, and orange zest, making sure turnips stay