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Thursday, 1 October 2015
This root vegetable is a staple during the holidays in Canada. Often called swede or turnip, it is actually a different plant than the white turnip as shown below. It is less starchy than potato, but equally delicious and filling.
What's the difference?
Available in grocery stores year round, rutabaga keeps for quite a while and the tough outer skin that protects it needs to be peeled off before using. It can be boiled, steamed, or baked. Often served as a mashed side dish, rutabaga can be prepared in a variety of healthy and flavourful ways. We'll feature some on our blog this month, like how to make rutabaga chips.