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Turnips have a subtle peppery flavour and a purple or green tinged creamy white skin. Baby turnips have particularly tender flesh with a sweetish, delicate flavour. They can be served as an accompanying vegetable or included in stews. They can also be made into soup, mashed or puréed. Mini turnips are served raw or cooked. Grate raw mini turnips and include in salads or slice thinly and drizzle with French dressing or mayonnaise.

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Each (approx 200g) £0.60


Turnip Facts

Turnips are surprising low in calories and a good source of protein and fibre. When it comes to essential vitamins and minerals, there is a laundry list of stuff found in turnips with plenty of vitamins A and C, as well as a bit of vitamin E and an astonishing amount of vitamin K, an element handy in blood coagulation. Turnips have a little bit of almost everything, including thiamin, riboflavin and folate.

Note: The vitamin K levels are actually one thing that dieters should be aware of with turnips, as some existing medical conditions can require avoiding extreme vitamin levels.

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