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Alia Vo
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Thank you for sharing your okra recipe with us, Ribbit.

I enjoy the taste, texture, and flavor of fresh okra.  

And thank you yael p for sharing your fish cooking tips with us.

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Parsnips are it for me.  I keep trying them and I HATE parsnips, or as I call them Alien carrots.

I can't believe all of you peeps who don't like turnips these are honestly one of my favorites I eat them almost everyday



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Hey Laura,
Want to share with us some good ways to prepare turnips?    By the way, I like them.



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Parsnips are it for me.  I keep trying them and I HATE parsnips, or as I call them Alien carrots.


Alien carrots; that's good. I wouldn't say that I love parsnips, but they aren't bad in a carrot, ginger, apple juice combo. I made some roasted vegetable fries on Sunday, and parsnips were one of the three veggies...carrots and rutabagas being the other two. Of course the carrots were delicious, the parsnips were edible, but the rutabagas sort of tasted like cauliflower. I've only had rutabaga once before and frankly, I don't remember what it's supposed to taste like.

I did manage to eat them all, however, so I guess they weren't that bad.


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I recently tried eating a parsnip again last week and almost gagged.  I love rutabegas too, but can't eat as many of them as turnips since they are pretty starchy for me.

Expect a turnip extrodinare blog from me shortly



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Try juicing parsnip for a nice surprise!
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I juice parsnips all winter with beets, carrots and fennel.  Otherwise, I carefully choose only the small ones with a uniform shape, not that long, long stringy tail.  I scrub them very well, or scrape if necessary and steam them with carrots and red onions, maybe some baby kale or mustard greens.



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