Kohlrabi tastes like cabbage and looks like a turnip. Kohlrabi is high in vitamin C and dietary fiber, and is a good source of vitamin B6, potassium, phosphorous, and manganese, among other minerals. Kohlrabi, like many other vegetables, is most nutritious when consumed raw, so adding it raw to soups, noodle dishes, stir-fry, or salads is typically the best way to eat it when factoring in nutional value.
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