Introduced to the United States from Europe in the early 17th century, the parsnip is a creamy white root vegetable similar in shape and sweetness to the carrot. The wintertime chill turns the parsnip?s natural starch to sugar, giving it its distinctive sweetness. Look for parsnips that are small to medium; larger ones can have a coarse texture.
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