We are chuffed to know that we will be in the soon to be for sale Field Guide to Tasmanian Produce. That means we are between the pages with 250 of the most innovative and sustainable Tasmanian food enterprises.
For more info on the guide head to the Field Institute.
Go Tassie xx
I love delivering fresh produce to our partners at Mission in Burnie. We work in collaboration gathering and giving to participants in a range of their programs.
This morning’s fresh food abundance included bread, fresh herbs, yams, eggs and kohlrabi.
I have to admit I did head to google for more info on kohlrabi and I am happy to share the info with you: Kohlrabi (German turnip or turnip cabbage) (Brassica oleracea Gongylodes group) is an annual vegetable, and is a low, stout cultivar of cabbage. Kohlrabi can be eaten raw as well as cooked.
Here are some links to recipes for kohlrabi and yams, just in case you need some help!
Five tasty ways to enjoy Kohlrabi via The Kitchn
A few recipe links via Simply Recipes
And a salad recipe via TasteSpace
Now, get outside and enjoy the sunshine!!