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1) Market offerings/prices finalized by Friday morning for the following week (*see below)
2) Customize your order until Sunday 12:00
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Griffin Creek Farm (WA)
The rutabaga has a more mellow, golden appearance than turnips or potatoes, and when cooked it turns sweet yet savory — like the richest golden potato you can imagine. It’s less starchy, but still very satisfying.
Another plus to the rutabaga: It’s actually quite easy to peel! The outer peel is usually waxed to preserve freshness all winter long, and it peels away easily with a sharp vegetable peeler. The flesh itself is very hard, but I like to slice it away in thin slices, starting from the outside.
Rutabagas will keep for months in a cool storage place. They store well in plastic bags in a refrigerator or cold cellar.Before peeling, wash rutabagas using cool or slightly warm water and a vegetable brush.