It is the swollen stem of the plant which is commonly referred to as being kohlrabi. The fruit is much the same size as a small coconut with a purplish, green appearance and knobby leaf bases randomly protruding out of the otherwise smooth skinned surface. The flesh is white and hard reminiscent of a potato, possessing a mildly spicy flavour likened to that of its related siblings the cauliflower and the turnip. Used commonly throughout Europe and Asia, in everything from soups to stirfries, it is a versatile vegetable for the more adventurous cook.

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