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Salsify are long thin roots with a brown bark-like skin. The inside of the root is creamy white and has a slightly fibrous structure. The flavour resembles a combination of artichoke and asparagus.
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Salsify tips

How to cut Salsify?

Peel the salsify. You can use them whole or in pieces in a warm or cold dish. Salsify has to be cooked before adding them cold to a salad.

Preparation Tips

Don't eat raw salsify.
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temp of Salsify

How to store?

Keep salsify in the fridge.
  • Great in soup.
  • Make tempura from salsify.
  • Nice replacement for asparagus.

Nutritional values per 100 g

76 Kcal
1 g Fats
0,2 g Saturated fats
1,7 g Fibers

Origin our salsify

Salsify - BelgiumBelgium Salsify - NetherlandsNetherlands

Where to buy

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