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Limousin turnip

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Where to find this product?

Found in kitchens gardens, in the Limousin, or available on some local markets.

When to find it? January, February, December

The Limousin turnip, together with chestnuts, used to be the main two crops in the Limousin in the 19th century, acting as a staple for humans and animals. The turnip meant farmers were able to have fresh vegetables throughout the winter and it used in many common dishes: soups, cooked in hotpots or even grilled.

The Limousin turnip is now only grown in kitchen gardens and is only very rarely available on some winter markets in the heart of the Limousin.

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