Kohlrabi comes in two colors: green or purple, and can be eaten raw or cooked, and taste a lot like broccoli stems. The word kohlrabi is German for cabbage turnip (they are most popularly used raw (peeled and sliced) and added to a salad, but they are also delicious cooked and are frequently used in Indian cuisine. Kohlrabi, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and kale are all cousins, so you can expect that any flavor that goes nicely with one, will work for the other as well.


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Nutritional Information

Serving Size 1 Cup
Calories 36
Carbohydrates 8 g
Dietary Fiber 5 g
Vitamin C 140 %