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Petroselinum crispum tuberosum, Parsley Root Soup - Turnip-rooted parsley , (Very Old pre 1600's) - A biennial parsley subspecies with much thicker roots than types cultivated for their leaves & is grown for its beige, stout plump little carrot-like root, which tastes like a carrot-celery, kohl robi cross. Used in parts of Europe in soups, stews & simply as a vegetable & may replace celeriac, parsnips, turnips, or carrots in dishes. Leaves used in the same way as regular parsley. Even though it looks similar to the parsnip, it tastes quite different & the similarity of the names is a coincidence. , Seed Count Approx - 600 avg
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