parsnips

Parsnips are a bit of an oddity here in the United States, and unfairly so. They have been staples of the European diet since the Roman times. They were brought to America back in the day by colonists, but they eventually became replaced by the white potato on American plates. Parsnips are a great source of carbohydrates, and add a rich, buttery, and slightly-sweet taste to the table.

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