Landscape (UK) - - In The Kitchen -

Globe-shaped kohlrabi, with its ran­domly sprout­ing stems, has a dis­tinc­tive ap­pear­ance. It is com­monly seen piled high in farm­ers’ mar­kets at this time of year or tucked into veg­etable boxes. A bras­sica with a sweet, slightly hot taste, it has a pleas­ing crunch which makes it ideal for slic­ing into sal­ads or serv­ing with dips. The en­tire veg­etable can be eaten and its leaves used in place of spinach or kale. Kohlrabi is ex­tremely high in vi­ta­min C, with 100g con­tain­ing more than the en­tire daily rec­om­mended in­take.

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