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Parsnip


La Légumière, the specialist in Breton and seasonal vegetables! Parsnip

Shape and external appearance


Stubby carrot shape with a narrow collar.

Properties


Rich in potassium and source of dietary fiber.

Caliber


15 to 30 cm long.

Scientific and botanical name


Pastinaca sativa L. subsp. Sativa (Family Apaceae) Cultivated varieties: DAGGER (Other varieties: Dlg of Guernsey, Javelin, Lancer, Turga, Hollow Crown, Tender and true) Other names: Pastenade, white root, big chervis.

Coloring


White-ivory color.

Origin & Culture


Adopted a few years ago in Great Britain, the parsnip is sown in early spring and is harvested from August and throughout the winter.

Smell


Preparation advice


Parsnips can be prepared like a carrot but cooked more quickly. Peel and wash parsnips before eating them raw in salads or cooked as an accompaniment to meats or stews.

Texture


Home preservation


Store in a cool place, away from light, to prevent the root from wilting.

Flavor


Slightly sweet taste, halfway between celery root and carrot.

The seasonality of the product


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Décembre (12)

Our recipes based on this product


Nous n'avons pas encore de recettes pour ce produit.

Packaging available for this product


Colis carton, Colis bois, Barquette

The seasonality of the product


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Janvier (1)

Février (2)

Mars (3)

Avril (4)

Mai (5)

Juin (6)

Juillet (7)

Août (8)

Septembre (9)

Octobre (10)

Novembre (11)

Décembre (12)

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Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar

Producers for La Légumière


Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar have been producing vegetables for La Légumière for many years. The cultivation of Breton vegetables no longer holds any secrets for these three brothers.