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Artichokes Jerusalem

Product Description
Description/Taste:
Jerusalem artichokes are tuberous roots with a knobbly, irregular shape and a thin, light brown skin. Despite their name, they are not related to artichokes but are actually a species of sunflower. The flesh inside is crisp and white, offering a sweet, nutty flavour reminiscent of water chestnuts. Its taste has a hint of earthiness and can be likened to a mild artichoke heart, which is perhaps how it got its name.

Seasons/Availability:
In the UK, Jerusalem artichokes are available from late autumn through to early spring. They are primarily a winter vegetable, thriving in cooler temperatures and storing well during the colder months.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Jerusalem artichokes are versatile in the kitchen. They can be consumed raw, thinly sliced in salads, or cooked in a variety of ways, such as roasting, boiling, puréeing, or sautéeing. When cooked, they have a creamy texture, making them perfect for soups and stews. They pair exceptionally well with herbs like thyme and rosemary, creamy sauces, and robust flavours like garlic and bacon.

History:
Despite the name, Jerusalem artichokes have no connection to Jerusalem. It's believed that the name is a corruption of the Italian word "girasole" (meaning sunflower) because they are a type of sunflower. Native to North America, they were brought to Europe in the early 17th century and quickly gained popularity for their taste and adaptability to various climates.
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