Tag: kohlrabi

Cool and Crunchy Coleslaws

by in No-Cook Choices, The Veggie Table, August 8, 2009

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The hot, sticky summer we know and love here in New England has finally come. I’ve tucked away my oven mitts and am giving my stove the rest of the season off. So how do I keep cool with my food? I slice up a coleslaw — a cabbage slaw, a broccoli slaw, you name. And guess what? No mayo!

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Market Watch: Kohlrabi

by in Farmers' Market Finds, Healthy Recipes, June 24, 2009

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Meet kohlrabi! A relative of cabbage, this funny-looking bulb is an underappreciated, early summer veggie. The inner flesh is crisp and white with an outer skin that comes in green, purple or white — all topped by bright green leaves. Every inch of this veggie is edible and packed with fiber, vitamin C, potassium and even some protein.

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