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How to Take the Bitterness Out of Turnip Greens

by Melissa Hamilton
Popular in the southern region of the United States, turnip greens are often considered bitter, similar in taste to mustard or dandelion greens. While the bitterness in the turnip greens is a key part of its flavor, it can also make this vegetable difficult to eat. You can use a few simple cooking m...
Jan Ferguson
Jan Ferguson • 2 years ago

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