• Jerusalem Artichoke

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Resembling a ginger root this sweet, nutty and gnarly vegetable is delicious when cooked in similar ways to potatoes and parsnips. We enjoy them puréed into a soup or dipped in batter and fried as a treat. 

The best Jerusalem artichokes can be savoured between November and March. Store in a cool dark place for up to 10 days and if you plan to prep in advance, be sture to add to a bowl of lemon or vinegar water once peeled to prevent discolouration. 

Did you know the Jerusalem artichoke is actually a species of sunflower? Well I never! In fact that is where the name derives from, the Italian word girasole meaning sunflower. 

Suitable for Vegans

Suitable for Coeliacs
Product Details

Directions For Use

The tubers can be eaten raw, cooked, or pickled.

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.




Dietary and Allergen Info

Suitable for Vegans
Suitable for Vegetarians
Suitable for Coeliacs

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Nutritional Advice
Energy/Calories per 100g304 kJ
Energy/Calories per 100g73 kcal
Protein per 100g2 g
Fat per 100g1.6 g
Carbohydrate Per 100g17.4 g
    of which Sugars per 100g9.6 g
Fibre per 100g1.6 g
Salt per 100g0.01 g

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