You’ve probably spotted this “alien” looking vegetable at your local farmers market and thought to yourself “what the heck am I supposed to do with that thing?” Good news, kohlrabi is a fantastically versatile vegetable is is wonderful eaten raw, cooked, or pureed into soups. Its flavor is mild and and somewhat sweet. At Tumbleweed Farm we always describe kohlrabi as the vegetable version of an apple. It has the consistency of an apple when sliced open and a slight broccoli stem flavor. One of the easiest ways to serve it is to slice it into thin rounds and top each slice with a dollop of cold butter and flakey sea salt. It’s the perfect happy hour snack with a cold beer! Otherwise, cruise the recipes below for more inspiration! Happy kohlrabi eating!


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