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What is kohlrabi?

Kohlrabi is a vegetable in the cabbage family, but looks like a  whitish-green turnip. Its name means "German turnip."   It looks similar to a beet, but it is white in th (MORE)

Can you freeze kohlrabi?

  Yes, you can freeze kohlrabi. Blanch it for a few minutes, then cool in ice water. Drain it and freeze it for up to 6 months. You can leave it whole or dice it.
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Where are the seeds on a kohlrabi?

  kohlrabi is a biennial, meaning it will flower (and produce seeds) in its second growing season. So, if this is the first year you've planted it, you won't see any flowe (MORE)

How do you prepare kohlrabi?

The younger stems have crispy, pleasant taste and rich flavor. Tender, young kohlrabi is delicious eaten raw. Kohlrabi stems should be washed thoroughly in clean running water (MORE)

What is the history of kohlrabi?

Kohlrabi, also known as knol-khol, has been grown since at least the first century AD, when Pliny the Elder mentioned a "Corinthian turnip", which, from its described growing (MORE)
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What are the benefits of kohlrabi?

Kohlrabi is a rich source of vitamin C; it provides 62 milligrams per 100 grams, or about 102% of your daily value (DV). It's also an excellent source of copper, vitamin B6, f (MORE)