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Growing Kohlrabi

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30 Oct 09 Ingvild (Australia - temperate climate)
In Norway we eat Kohl Rabi as a mash at Christmas. It is eaten with our salty lamb ribs that has been steamed. I would imagine that the mash would go well with corned beef as well. Steem the Kohl Rabi until tender, then mash along with a steamed potato or two (bear in mind that Norweagian Kohl Rabi is about 4 times the size of the ones "down under"). Hence I'd probably use 4 "down under" Kohl Rabi to 2 potatoes. Add about a table spoon of butter, and then cream until a nice mash consistency. Black pepper and salt to taste. Bon appetite!!
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