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  1. Jerusalem artichoke - Wikipedia

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    The Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), also called sunroot, sunchoke, or earth apple, is a species of sunflower native to central North America. It is also cultivated widely across the temperate zone for its tuber, which is used as a root vegetable.

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  2. Jerusalem artichokes, or sunchokes, are starchy tubers like potatoes and turnips. When roasted, the skin becomes flaky and the flesh becomes tender, but the taste of a sunchoke is slightly nutty and sweet. Cooked sunchokes are best when eaten within 2 days. When raw, they store well in your fridge's vegetable bin, wrapped loosely in a paper towel.

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  3. 10 Best Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes | Yummly

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    Oct 15, 2020 · Jerusalem Artichoke Blinis with Dukkah Lolibox salt, egg, milk, flour, ground black pepper, jerusalem artichoke and 2 more Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Your Guardian Chef onion, large carrots, jerusalem artichokes, large carrot, fresh spinach and 3 more

  4. Growing Jerusalem Artichokes: The Complete Guide to Plant ...

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    Jerusalem artichokes contain a carbohydrate called inulin (not to be mistaken for insulin) which is hard for the human gut to digest. Eat a bunch of sunchokes, and you’ll be in for a rumbly ride. Make sure you’re near a bathroom. The starchy tubers can cause bloating, gas, and diarrhea.

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  6. Jerusalem Artichokes | Jamie Oliver

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    The Jerusalem artichoke (not to be confused with the globe artichoke) is part of the sunflower family. It’s the plants’ underground tubers that are eaten – these often resemble root ginger. Interestingly, despite their name, they don’t have anything to do with Jerusalem. Their name derives from the Italian word for sunflower, girasole.

  7. Jerusalem Artichoke Tubers (Sunchokes) | Johnny's Selected Seeds

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    The Jerusalem artichoke (also known as "sunchoke") is a perennial sunflower grown for its potato-like tubers, which are tender with a sweet, nutty flavor, and enjoyed raw or cooked. We are pleased to offer this winter market favorite in organic tubers, grown on our own farm. 100%

  8. All About Growing Jerusalem Artichokes | MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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    Native to central North America, Jerusalem artichokes (Helianthus tuberosus) — often called by the more modern name “sunchokes” — are so prolific they can become invasive, but if handled properly,...

  9. Health Benefits & Nutritional Properties of Jerusalem Artichokes

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    The Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), native to eastern North America, belongs to the sunflower family of plants. Also known as the earth apple, sunchoke, sunroot and topinambour, the Jerusalem artichoke is a healthy root vegetable cultivated for its highly nutritious and fleshy tuber.

  10. Top 5 Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes - The Jerusalem Post

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    Jan 28, 2016 · Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sun chokes, are a tuberous vegetable. They tend to easily take the flavor of other oils and seasonings. They have a delightful crunch that’s similar to the pop...

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    • Jamie Oliver's Jerusalem Artichokes With Garlic
      Photo Credit: Jamie OliverJerusalem artichokes can make a flavorful side dish that’s easy to prepare. Since this type of veggie isn’t omnipresent o...
    • Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes
      Photo Credit: All RecipesRoasting is one of the easiest ways to prepare root vegetables. Heating a Jerusalem artichoke low and slow will bring out...
    • Pan-Fried Jerusalem Artichokes
      Photo Credit: EpicuriousThere’s nothing like the fresh taste of sage and the decadent aroma of butter to draw out the natural, nutty flavor of the...
    • Oven Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes
      Photo Credit: Cooking Channel TVThis is probably the easiest Jerusalem artichoke recipe you’ll ever find because most of the ingredients can be fou...
    • Roasted Chicken With Jerusalem Artichokes
      Photo Credit: SBSOne of the most flavorful ways to serve Jerusalem artichokes is with a roasted chicken. These bite-sized morsels can replace prett...
  11. Jerusalem artichoke nutrition facts and health benefits

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    Apr 05, 2019 · Jerusalem artichoke is a bumpy, fleshy, root vegetable of sunflower family plants. Its underground nutty, flavorful, starch-rich root is eaten much the same way like potato in many parts of Western Europe and Mediterranean regions. It should not be confused to globe artichoke, which is an edible flower bud.

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