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rutabaga

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The first hybrid turnips--documented as far back as 1844--were developed to combine the cold tolerance and greater amount of dry matter in rutabagas with the faster growth and maturity of turnips.
Dice the potatoes and rutabagas in a 3/8-inch dice.
But while sweet potatoes, onions and carrots are commonplace root vegetables that consumers purchase regularly, items like celery root, rutabagas and parsnips are relatively new additions to shopping baskets across the country.
Growing turnips and rutabagas is easy, and these earthy-tasting vegetables are among the most dependable cool-weather crops.
In designating rewards only to those willing to eat the Brussels sprouts and rutabagas, we impose standards that are "common" in the sense of "mediocre" instead of creating opportunities for real excellence.
Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, turnips, rutabagas and mustard, among others, belong to the same genus.
Whether the crop is carrots (13 varieties offered), cucumbers (25 vastly different types) or kale (nine kinds), peas (12 offerings), or radishes, rhubarb and rutabagas, this is a true guide to your garden.
Carrots and beets add sparkling color, and old-fashioned parsnips and rutabagas are well-known for their earthy sweet flavors.
Cruciferous vegetables include: broccoli, cabbage, collard greens, kohlrabi, kale, cauliflower, bok choy, turnips, rutabagas, radishes, and horseradish.
And when seeds for those and other popular vegetables grew scarce, the gardeners took their chances on rutabagas, kohlrabi, and parsnips.
YOU WILL NEED: * Two rutabagas * Potato masher or fork * Potato peeler DIRECTIONS: 1.
parsnips or rutabagas, chopped In a Dutch oven, combine wild rice and can of beef broth.