What To Do With Weird Farmers Market Vegetables

NPR – July 5, 2015

The first intimidating vegetable she addresses is kohlrabi. It’s a pale green bulb…with tough-looking leaves sprouting from the top. But its appearance is deceiving. “Kohlrabi is very firm and very crisp,” Bloomfield says. “And actually, doing nothing more than peeling it and thinly slicing it is ideal. I mean, it’s so refreshing. But it’s also good just slightly poached in a little bit of salt and some butter.”

Though it’s greenish, stalky, and knobby,
Peel, slice, salt, sauté your kohlrabi.

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