for a 1/2 lb bag, containing approximately half a dozen golf-ball-sized turnips without the greens.
I’m excited to try them with you this week! According to google: “This Japanese variety is sometimes referred to as a salad turnip, due to its crisp, delicious raw flavor. Unlike other turnip varieties, hakurei do not need to be cooked. They have an even-textured density and the flavor pairs well with a variety of different food items. Eat them raw (just whole, or chopped/grated in salads), make a quick pickle, or cook them!”
Source: Caselli’s Market Garden, Sioux Falls.