Leeks

Leeks resemble over-sized scallions, and a tad paradoxically, taste like a watered-down version - albeit in the best sense. Think of them as mild and sweet ...

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Turnips

Turnips and rutabagas are commonly confused because they look semi-similar and and because Rutabagas were once called Swedish turnips. But in fact they differ in every ...

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Cauliflower

Whether its cauliflower's elegant aesthetic or its acquired (some say refined) taste, Mark Twain dubbed it "cabbage with a college education." Compact, dense and milky, the ...

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Beets

Initially it was the greens that were eaten, but as time wore on, our attention turned to the root - the brilliantly-colored, sweet-tasting beet - and ...

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