In Raw Form
What looks like ginger, has a faint sweetness and tastes a little bit nutty? Raw, about-to-be-trendy sunchokes.
Thursday, January 24, 2013 | Q Editors
Being appreciated in your pure, raw glory is something of a rite of passage in a vegetable's life. And, as predicted by Andrew Knowlton, Bon Appetit's Foodist, the time has come for Jerusalem artichokes. Also known as sunchokes, they're the tuber of a type of sunflower and are packed with iron and potassium. Try them in a salad the Bon App way. And check out more food trends here:
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