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KATHIES518 Posts: 471
7/16/12 4:45 P

It also makes a great slaw when grated - either by itself or with broccoli or cabbage.

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7/16/12 3:57 P

It has a texture close to a raw potato...kind of wet, crisp. But it's sweet and very mild tasting. Great cut in matchsticks and added to a salad.

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7/4/12 10:56 P

It sort of reminds me of water chestnuts. It's kind of a neutral taste, but very crunchy. Cut into sticks, it's good for dipping!

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7/3/12 4:55 P

What does it taste like?

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