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Sunchoke is as versatile as potatoes in the kitchen.The current fashion for eating sunchoke has meant that it can be found in organic food stores and restaurants.
Edible tubers, with yellow-beige, white or pink skin, are distinguished by a sweet, slightly nutty flavor reminiscent of a pear or potato.
Remember that you can eat it raw, but also baked or cooked.
At the beginning, remember that - before heat treatment - the vegetable should be scrubbed with a brush. It should not be peeled, because the skin contains the most vitamins. The longer you cook sunchoke, the sweeter it becomes.
You can replace boiled sunchoke with potatoes. This vegetable is also good for French fries, baked chips or cream soup base.