Kobi Rabi What can I do with it?

Hi,

I've been given a fresh Kobi Rabi and was wondering how should I cook it? Is it like sauerkraut?

Thanks Ian.

  • Posted by: platini
  • July 12, 2011
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Midge
Midge July 12, 2011

Raw kohlrabi (julienned) adds a nice crunch to salads/slaw!

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MrsKeller
MrsKeller July 12, 2011

Not sure I understand the question. Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage.

Do you have a kohlrabi?

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platini
platini July 12, 2011

Ah Kohlrabi? My local nursery who gave it to me spelt it like I wrote..

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Lucytron
Lucytron July 12, 2011

Can you describe it?

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SKK
SKK July 12, 2011

The name kohlrabi means cabbage-turn-up Here is a recipe for mock Kim Chee using kohlrabi. http://www.jeanetteshealthyliving.com/2011/07/csa-box-4-quick-kohlrabi-kim-chi-salad.html And you can use kohlrabi in slaws. Midge is right on about the great addition it is to salads. Enjoy!

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SKK
SKK July 12, 2011

I don't know if you have checked out food52 for kohlrabi recipes, and there are some great ideas. On the upper right hand of this page where it says 'search recipes', just plug in kohlrabi.

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platini
platini July 12, 2011
http://blog.gardening-tools-direct.co.uk/2008/08/alien-on-allotment.html

Here's an image of what it looks like..

Thanks all.
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