Parsnip Granulate 1-3 mm Organic
Some background about Parsnip
Pastinia, Pastinaca sativa subsp. sativa, pinks or white carrot is a plant in the umbellifer family, Apiaceae. It is an approximately 20 cm long root vegetable with a sweet aniseed flavour and a creamy white colour. It was cultivated in Roman times and used as a sweetener until the arrival of cane sugar in Europe.
Cultivation of Parsnip
Although the parsnip can be harvested as early as summer it is usually considered a winter vegetable. Often people wait with lifting until a cold period has passed, this would benefit the taste. Harvesting is possible throughout the winter because the root in the ground does not freeze to death.
What to use Parsnip?
Like the winter carrot, parsnip can be eaten raw, boiled or stewed. Parsnip can also be fried or made into a stew. Fried parsnip is similar to crisps. The parsnip is used as an ingredient of stews, among other things. The parsnip is also often used as a flavour enhancer in soup.
The Nutritional Value of Parsnip
Pastin is rich in fibre, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but particularly rich in potassium. The present antioxidants falcarinol, falcarindiol, panaxydiol, and methyl-falcarindiol have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. The fibre of the parsnip can help improve bowel movement and keep cholestrol levels low.
Where do I purchase granulated parsnip?
You can buy granulated parsnip at Vehgroshop of course. In our web shop you can order granulated parsnip in quantities from small to big. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any more granulated parsnip offers.FALSE
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Vitamins and Minerals||Potassium|
|Country of cultivation||Germany|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||242 kcal / 1007 KJ|
|Saturated Fats||0 g|
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