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Kohlrabi is German for “cabbage turnip” and has the same health benefits as broccoli and kale, but don’t let that stop you. It is crisp and delicious, with a touch of sweetness. This variety has purple skin, with white flesh. Eat it raw in salads or sliced for a snack. It is good cooked, like potatoes or celeriac. The leaves are good to eat, too.

Here are some links to recipes and information from Angelic Organics and Simply Recipes.

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This is one big kohlrabi! It can get up to 10 inches in diameter, without becoming woody, but I’ll probably cut them more around 6 to 7 inches. It has all the same great qualities as smaller kohlrabi: crisp, juicy white flesh, with a touch of sweetness; just a lot more of it!

Kossak kolhrabi

Kossak kolhrabi

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