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Parsnips is a long white creamy carrot. The unusual taste of this carrot
is described as sweet with a hint of aniseed.
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Parsnip tips

How to cut a Parsnip?

Rinse the parsnips before consuming. They can be peeled but if you want to keep the aniseed taste don't peel it.
Prepare and slice it according to your choice.

Preparation Tips

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temp of Parsnip

How to store?

Keep parsnips in the fridge.
  • Tasty in soups or stews.
  • Delicious roasted in the oven.
  • Lovely grated in a salad

Nutritional values per 100 g

71 Kcal
5,4 g Sugar
1,1 g Fats
0,2 g Saturated fats
4,9 g Fibers

Origin EAT ME Parsnip

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Did you know...

  • frost doesn't worry the parsnip? It actually gets better. As the colder season continues the parsnips get sweeter as the starch turns into sugar.

  • parsnip used to be as important as the potato is now. In the 16th century Europe gradually got to know the potato when the Spanish took them out of South America. Previously they ate parsnips with a piece of meat or chicken.

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