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Recipes & Nutrition Analysis for Rutabaga

Slightly orange when cooked, the rutabaga has a unique bitter sweet and peppery taste. Versatile and hearty, rutabaga taste great when boiled, steamed, sautéed, roasted, pureed or mashed.

Tips:

When selecting, choose ones that feel heavy for their size, and are free of soft spots or cracks.

Store rutabagas in plastic bags in the refrigerator, where they will stay good up to three weeks.

If rutabaga's flavor overwhelm your dish, try pre-cooking before added to soups and stews etc.

ref: Fruits and Veggies More Matters, PA Nutritiion Education Network

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Mashed Root Vegetables

A twist on the traditional mashed potato dish, this combination adds the rich and distinct flavors of yams and rutabagas for a delightfully different experience.

Recipe courtesy of FareStart - FareStart prepares fresh, local, and seasonal food in their dedicated kitchen and provides nutritious, quality meals to local childcare centers and schools.

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