Parsnips are a readily available winter vegetable – and similar to its friend broccoli, which I previous wrote about – it’s also very underrated. Parsnips have similar health and antioxidant properties and are also rich in fiber. Although they may seem bland as-is, this quality lends itself well to being adventurous with seasonings while using them. This is another post in my “Using winter vegetables” series. Each post profiles a fall/winter vegetable and features a recipe. Stay tuned for more! Read the full article

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