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Certified Organic. Nutty and sweet, this root vegetable (that isn't a root -ask me about that later) is a culinary delight.  It's also known as Jerusalem Artichoke but that's a terrible name since it has nothing to do with either of those things.  Long before the arrival of Europeans, Native Americans cultivated this sunflower tuber-like vegetable.  Sunchokes have a texture similar to potatoes, so they can be roasted, smashed, fried, pureed, and made into soups.  But unlike potatoes they can also be eaten raw, shave them thin onto salads. (Pete's Greens in Craftsbury, VT.)

approx. 1 pound