Rutabaga, go home.
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It's time you learn your swede from your aubergine.
These brassica family vegetables aren't fashionable. Many Europeans survived on swede during the Second World War, so its association with privation is strong.
You've definitely seen a rutabaga before, but you might have mistaken it for a turnip.
Winter is the season for eating fresh root vegetables, and Kathryn Yeomans of The Farmer's Feast shows us how to make a hearty vegetable soup to warm the soul and fill the belly.
Ask a random passerby when was the last time he or she had turnips, and you're likely to get one of the following responses: "Hmm-mm -- 1973?" or "Not since my mother made me eat them when I was six" or -- the most likely -- "Huh?"
In the age of genetically modified foods, we here at HuffPost Green find it refreshing to celebrate nature's vegetable anomalies. For the world's heav...
Dear BA Foodist,
I've officially got the winter cooking blues. I'm so sick of cooking potatoes and Brussels sprouts. Any vegetable suggestions to tid...
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