DescriptionThe Jerusalem Artichoke is not an artichoke; it's the crisp, delicately sweet tuber of an Italian sunflower. Its texture is crispy, like jicama and water chestnuts, and it has the earthiness of a real artichoke. Eat raw or use as a substitute for potatoes. The thin skin is edible, so don't work too hard peeling it.Claims
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