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Root vegetables

Root vegetables from all over the world

Root vegetables have been an important food source for humans for centuries. Many of these special root vegetables are starting to become more popular in Western Europe. And it has to be said, cassava, okra or Jerusalem artichoke certainly makes a change from potato, pasta or rice. What all these exotic root vegetables have in common is their versatility in the kitchen. Enough reason to ring the culinary changes more often!

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Cassava

The emerging rival for the potato
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Galanga

The all-rounder in Asian cuisine
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Ginger

The root with 1001 applications
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Turmeric

Popular from east to west!
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Turnip

The revival of heirloom vegetables
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Horseradish

Tastemaker à la carte
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Parsnip

Delicious for a vegetarian day
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Jerusalem artichokes

Sunshine on a plate