This grapefruit-sized fruit actually grows on a climbing cactus. Its spongy pulp is white or sometimes pinkish red, sweet and juicy with numerous tiny edible black seeds scattered throughout
Actually a tuber, the sunchoke looks like a small, bumpy potato or ginger root. The knobby, thin-skinned exterior is usually tannish-gold to cream colored but some varieties are reddish or purplish.
Inventory, 50 ct : 0
This item was last sold on : 01/08/15
Available year round.
This juicy green leaf is actually reminiscent to the taste of an oyster.
Use a a garnish for any oyster platter or wild mushroom dish.
Originated on the coast of Scotland and comes from the Mertensia maritima seed.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
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