How do you can turnips?
I have heard that turnips freeze better, but I know my father-in-law canned them. Canning was a hobby for him and he was good at it. I found this receipe hope it works for you. * Wash and prepare for cooking. Cut into desired size pieces. * Cover vegetables in cold water. Bring to a boil and boil for three minutes. * Pack hot vegetables into hot jars, leaving one-inch headspace. * Ladle boiling water over the vegetables. Be sure to leave a one-inch headspace. * Remove all air bubbles from the jar. A table knife or thin spatula pushed down along the sides of the jar can help with this process. * Adjust two-piece lids according to manufacturer's directions. * Process in pressure canner at 10 pounds of pressure (30 minutes for a pint and 35 minutes for a quart).
No, turnips were not a farmed crop but many tribes gathered the roots of the plants ,Psoralea esculenta and Pediomela ,of the pea family (known as wild turnips, Indian turnips,tipsin, prairie turnips,Indian breadroots) which have fleshy edible roots and grew mostly on the Great Plains. Wild carrot, wild onions and wild potato were also gathered.
Every Sunday from 6:00 AM to 12:00 AM, a boar named Joan comes to your town. She sells white turnips and red turnips. You can sell white turnips to Tom Nook every day (except Sunday.) Prices go up and down for white turnips each day, so check what the price is every day, and be sure that you sell the turnips for a higher price than you bought. Joan also sells red turnips. Plant red…