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Do you peel turnips before roasting?

Well, do you? I tend to like to eat things with the skin on, but never tried it with a turnip.

asked by fozziebayer almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

I do, but cannot say for sure that turnip peel or skin is good to eat because I have never tried it. I would imagine that it could be tough kind of like potato skin but I could be wrong.

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added almost 2 years ago

with the small young ones, I just wash them well and trim the ends and don't peel. With large ones, I usually do peel, thought I really don't know if you have to.