ablesung-hamburg Rutabaga Species Brassica napus Cultivar group Napobrassica The from Swedish dialectal word rotabagge swede turnip being introduced Sweden neep its Latin name root vegetable that originated cross between cabbage and . wiki h

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Human consumption edit Lanttulaatikko Rotmos served with sausage Haggis neeps and tatties Finns cook rutabaga variety of ways roasted baked boiled flavor enhancer soups uncooked thinly julienned side dish salad the major ingredient popular Christmas swede casserole. Lippincott Company Philadelphia Pennsylvania . Livestock. Retrieved October

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Webmail strato

A b The Concise Scots Dictionary Mairi Robinson editor of Language baigie Relinked . Britain slang The head. In Denmark and Norway lrabi is sometimes confused with Swedish lrabbi kohlrabi. Introduction to North America came the early century with reports of rutabaga crops Illinois as . Nutritional factors involved the goitrogenic action of cassava

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Bettina Arnold Halloween Lecture Customs the Celtic World. Coined by Michel Gondry the film Be Kind Rewind from claim that films produced this way were imported Sweden. . rapifera

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External links edit Wikimedia Commons has related to Brassica napus subsp. Festivals edit The International Rutabaga Curling Championship takes place annually Ithaca Farmers Market last day of season. Rutabagas. www nx t

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Brassica napobrassica was first validly published by Carl Linnaeus his work Species Plantarum variety of . Oxford University Press. Suchy M

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Phytoalexins from the crucifer rutabaga structures syntheses biosyntheses and antifungal activity. It is said to have been widely introduced Britain around but was recorded being present the royal gardens England early described France . CRC Press