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" The Kohl Rabi is a vegetable intermediate between the Cabbage and the Turnip. The stem, just above the surface of the ground, swells into a round, fleshy bulb, in form not unlike a turnip. On the top and about the surface of this bulb are put forth its... "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 147
1866 - 355 pages
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Amateur Cultivator's Guide to the Flower and Kitchen Gardens: Containing a ...

Washburn and Company, Boston - Seed industry and trade - 1869 - 152 pages
...Cabbage. German, КоШ-гaЫиbeг. — French, Ckou-rave. — Spanish, Col de nabo. The Kohl-Rabi is a vegetable intermediate between the Cabbage and...forth its leaves, which are similar to those of the Swedish Turnip. The part chiefly used is the turnip-looking bulb, formed by the swelling of the stem....
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The Field and Garden Vegetables of America: Containing Full Descriptions of ...

Fearing Burr - Vegetable gardening - 1874 - 667 pages
...all respects treated, as the Dwarf Portugal Cabbage. KOHL RABI. Turnip Cabbage. Brassica canlo-rapa. The Kohl Rabi is a vegetable intermediate between...ground, swells into a round, fleshy bulb, in form not tmlike a turnip. On the top and about the surface of this bulb are put forth its leaves, which are...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Pomological Society of ..., Volume 4

Fruit-culture - 1875
...useful. KOHL RABI. Intermediate between the cabbage and the turnip we have this singular vegetable. The stem, just above the surface of the ground, swells into a bulb something like a turnip, as shown in the engraving. Above this are the leaves, somewhat resembling...
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Salads and Sauces

Thomas Jefferson Murrey - Cooking (Salad dressing) - 1884 - 297 pages
...deposit of the nutriment in the kohl ra"bi, it consequently becomes the edible portion of the plant. The stem just above the surface of the ground swells into a round fleshy bulb, in form not unlike the turnip. Lady's Smock (Cardamine pratemis). — The leaves are used as a salad ingredient ; they...
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