In the German "Steckrübenwinter" of 1916/17.. 1 reply

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#1 13 years ago

...large parts of the population were kept alive on a diet consisting of little else than swedes. After the war, most people were so tired of eating swedes that they have remained unpopular to this day and are rarely planted.

These days, swedes are mostly eaten as part of stews or casseroles, or are served mashed with carrots. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rutabaga

Made me laugh :lol:. Don't ask me how I found that article, when I'm browsing Wikipedia I always ends up reading the most obscure articles.




Rod Menass

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#2 13 years ago

Yum, Swedes.