One of the joys of growing your own vegetables is finding unusual varieties to grow, and kohlrabi is an excellent example of this. Kohlrabi is more commonly found as a green vegetable, but there are also reddish purple varieties, although both types have white flesh inside.
Kohlrabi is grown for its strangely shaped bulbous stem that swells just above ground level. The vegetable can be used in coleslaw to add a mild nutty turnip flavour, grated in salads, and cooked in stir fries.
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