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where are trunips orignially from
While it isn't known where turnips originally came from, or who first domesticated them, their wild relatives are common throughout much of the world, and they are mentioned in sources from roughly the time of Alexander the Great. [ By the Middle Ages they were established as a hardy subsistence crop in Europe, and have ever since been a humble, but useful fall and winter vegetable in Western cuisine. Turnips are commonly used in soups, but can also be roasted or boiled, or sliced and served raw. Turnip greens can be boiled or steamed, and have a flavor like many of the other brassicas,
although milder than mustard greens. ]
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