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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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just wondering if anyone ever tried using turnips in a redbeet pickling brine. i had alot of turnips and was pickling beets so i added turnips to the beets and vinegar and can hardly tell the difference
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Re: turnips

NO but will keep in mind. THANKS

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Re: turnips

I planted a half acre turnips for the deer and they have done real well. I have been looking for ways to eat them. I have been shredding them and making slaw.Very good.Also cutiing them like french fries,coating with oil,saesoning, put on a cookie sheet at 425* until brown.Tasty.

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Re: turnips

I like to skin them, then cut into cubes and eat them raw with just a bit of salt on them. Salted turnips and draft ice cold beer, yummy!

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Re: turnips

There's no reason not to cook them up and prepare them like mashed potatoes.

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Yep,cubed up,cooked,and with good old brown butter on'em!

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Okay, brown eggs is nothing new to me, but what on earth is brown butter?

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Okay, brown eggs is nothing new to me, but what on earth is brown butter?
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Re: turnips

Butter in a small kettle or pan.Med heat till it starts turning brown.swoosh around in kettle till all brown.Put over noodles,potatos,anything you normally put melted butter on.

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Re: turnips

I hate cooked turnips, but can eat the raw ones like apples. A sprinkle of salt is nice, but just so is fine with me.
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