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  1. photo <b>Jerusalem</b> <b>Artichokes</b> Through & ThroughJerusalem Artichokes Through & ThroughArticle
    If you frequent your local farmers market, you may have seen something that looks a bit like a cross between ginger root and a yam called a Jerusalem artichoke. This tuber, also known as a sunrootRead more
  2. photo Cream of <b>Jerusalem</b> <b>Artichoke</b> Soup – Episode 43Cream of Jerusalem Artichoke Soup – Episode 43Article
    Jerusalem Artichokes, also known as sunchokes, come from a sunflower species. The flower blooms throughout the summer and the tubers are harvested and in season from October to March. If you wouldRead more
  3. photo 7 <b>Jerusalem</b> <b>Artichoke</b> Recipes for Delicious Rooty Winter Meals7 Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes for Delicious Rooty Winter MealsRecipe
    Try these 7 delectable and toasty Jerusalem artichoke recipes to keep you warm and healthy all through the winter season! Although neither an artichoke or from Israel, Jerusalem artichokesRead more
  4. photo Cream of <b>Jerusalem</b> <b>Artichoke</b> SoupCream of Jerusalem Artichoke SoupRecipe
    Jerusalem Artichokes are tubers and are also known as sunchokes and come from a sunflower species. The flower blooms throughout the summer and the tubers are harvested and in season from OctoberRead more
  5. photo <b>Artichokes</b> Demystified: How to Eat These Seasonal, Thistly FavoritesArtichokes Demystified: How to Eat These Seasonal, Thistly FavoritesArticle
    Artichokes with Olive Oil, Lemon and Fresh Herbs Quartano’s New Orleans Artichokes If you’re an old pro at artichokes, strut your culinary stuff and try mixing some Jerusalem Artichokes into your cookingRead more
  6. photo <b>Artichokes</b>ArtichokesArticle
    for Artichokes February – May Artichokes Described Completely unrelated to the Jerusalem Artichoke, the Globe Artichoke is the bud of a large plant from the thistle family and has tough, petal-shaped leavesRead more
  7. photo 5 Winter Vegetable Recipes with New Tubers and Root Veggies5 Winter Vegetable Recipes with New Tubers and Root VeggiesArticle
    to the likes of cassava, jerusalem artichoke, yacon, oca, and reedmace for an exciting eating experience. 1. Cassava Cassava is an ancient South American root vegetable that thrives even in the poorestRead more
  8. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Forgotten Root Vegetable RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Forgotten Root Vegetable RecipesArticle
    certain members of this group “forgotten vegetables” has begun; forgotten vegetables or légumes oubliés include turnips, parsnips, Jerusalem artichokes and rutabaga. Here are some of our favorite waysRead more
  9. photo 7 Unusual Vegetables to Try This Fall7 Unusual Vegetables to Try This FallArticle
    to enjoy in the fall, or in the fall to harvest them in early spring. 3. Jerusalem Artichoke Jerusalem artichokes are root vegetables that belong to the sunflower family. Their stalks can grow upRead more
  10. photo Gardening Calendar: What to Plant in FebruaryGardening Calendar: What to Plant in FebruaryArticle
    Artichokes Once the danger of frost has passed in your area, it’s time to get the spring’s first harvest planted into the ground. Sweet peas, potatoes and jerusalem artichokes are all hardy enough to weatherRead more

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Jerusalem artichoke

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The Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), also called sunroot, sunchoke, earth apple or topinambour, is a species of sunflower native to eastern North America, and found from eastern Canada and Maine west to North Dakota, and south to northern Florida and Texas. It is also cultivated widely across the temperate zone for its tuber, which is used as a root vegetable.It is a herbaceous...More