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How do you roast a parsnip?

  ----   ----   ----   # Preheat the oven to 200 C.  # Scrub the parsnips and cut them into sticks.  # Put the oil in a large sandwich bag and add the parsn (MORE)

Can horses eat parsnips?

Yes, Root vegetables like carrots, parsnips, beetroot, turnips and swedes may be fed to horses but in small amounts. They are best cut longways into strips first.
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How do you roast parsnips?

  Cut off the tops and peel them. Put them in a roasting pan and coat them lightly with cooking oil (olive oil, corn oil, or whatever oil you like). Put them in a 400 degr (MORE)

Are parsnips carbohydrates?

Yes, there is carbohydrate in parsnip. For the carbohydrate content of parsnips by weight, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions .
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Can you substitute anything for parsnips and turnips?

In almost all circumstances, you could swap out parsnips and turnips (or vice versa) with any other starchy vegetable, and you would find no real flavor difference. Some starc (MORE)

Where does parsnip come from?

Parsnips are commonly grown in Europe and in many northern aresa of the United States, but are not a popular garden vegetable in the South. However, this ancient vegetable is (MORE)

Do rabbits eat parsnips?

Parsnip is not recommended for rabbits because it is high in natural sugars. Some sources list it as a poisonous food for rabbits (see link below). Some people have fed parsni (MORE)

Where do parsnips grow in the world?

Parsnips are a minor crop which is not tracked by the FAO. It is grown mostly in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the USA, because of its British and Irish immigrants. Pars (MORE)
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Can you eat parsnip greens?

Yes parsnip greens are edible to eat. They can be eaten in salads  and blanched. However, people are allergic to parsnips and they  contain toxins.