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My neighbour keeps giving me corabi's. Which are a vegetable, a sort of cross between a very big radish and a very small cabbage. (but light green & the size of a small turnip)She suggested grating them into a salad. But apart from that I have no idea what to do with them, and I know have 5 of them in my fridge. (Her MIL has had a bumper crop!)Any suggestions?- I had never even heard of this vegetable before, and a quick google search has not been helpful.
Kohlrabi? Tis lovely.Lots to do with it. Makes a nice coleslaw for example.Google. Is quite versatile.
Bin it. Yuck- horrible stuff.If you must eat it you can put it in a stir fry- cut the outsides off and then cut into thin strips.I used to get them in my veg bag and I've tried everything- soup, roasting, salads etc. at your neighbours giving you veg though.
Okay - now I have the correct spelling, lots more information is coming up on google! Her Polish boss boils them in milk - not sure about trying that one!!!
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