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Hakurei Turnips
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Hakurei Turnips

$4.994.99
1 bunch
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$4.99
1 bunch
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Hakurei Turnips, often hailed as salad turnips, boast a smooth, round shape with a crisp, snowy-white interior. Their delicate skin ranges from a pure white to a pale green around the top where it peaks above the soil. These tender root vegetables are known for their sweetness and mild flavor that sets them apart from their more pungent turnip counterparts. They are small to medium in size, perfect for raw snacking, quick pickling, or adding a juicy crunch to salads. Hakurei Turnips can also be roasted, steamed, or sautéed to bring out their natural sugars, resulting in a caramelized exterior and a buttery, mouthwatering bite. They may be served alongside their own green tops, which have a flavor similar to mustard greens and can be cooked like kale or collards for a nutritious complement to the root.
Hakurei Turnips, often hailed as salad turnips, boast a smooth, round shape with a crisp, snowy-white interior. Their delicate skin ranges from a pure white to a pale green around the top where it peaks above the soil. These tender root vegetables are known for their sweetness and mild flavor that sets them apart from their more pungent turnip counterparts. They are small to medium in size, perfect for raw snacking, quick pickling, or adding a juicy crunch to salads. Hakurei Turnips can also be roasted, steamed, or sautéed to bring out their natural sugars, resulting in a caramelized exterior and a buttery, mouthwatering bite. They may be served alongside their own green tops, which have a flavor similar to mustard greens and can be cooked like kale or collards for a nutritious complement to the root.
About the Producer
Mitch Lawson's farm, located on the fertile flood plains of the Oostanuala River in Northwest Georgia, has been growing certified organic produce since 2004. Very few other Georgia farms have such a longstanding tenure of organic certification. The 30 acres under cultivation is a lot to manage, but Mitch and his team make it look easy! Growing from only 2 acres back in the mid 2000's, Rise 'N Shine now produces over 40 types of organic fruits and veggies each year. Explore >
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