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The Jerusalem artichoke (in season November-February) is pinkish and looks like a large lump of root ginger. Strangely though, it isn’t a member of the artichoke family and has nothing to do with Jerusalem. It’s actually a kind of sunflower: girasole in Italian, which may have been corrupted to Jerusalem. Cook in the same ways you would a potato, or use raw in salads.
Jerusalem artichoke recipe
Parsnip and Jerusalem artichoke bake
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