Jerusalem Artichoke

Jerusalem Artichoke
Jerusalem Artichoke

$6.00 / per bunch

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Jerusalem are a nutty tuburous vegetable which has nothing to do with Jerusalem. Their name is derived from the Italian word for sunflower, which they are. Plant in winter and spring and once the flowers appear in late summer, pinch them off so that the plant will focus its energy on the tubers. After letting them be touched by a frost, dig up only what you need in the next day or two. They do not store well, but will keep in the ground until you need them. You can sauté, roast, mash, or make chips out of them. Essentially, you use them as you would a potato. Total of six seed artichokes in each pack.

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