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 A roast dinner isn’t complete without roast parsnips – and they add a whole new dimension to stews and casseroles too.The good news is parsnips are easy to grow, need little maintenance and can be left in the garden until you’re ready to use them. Sow in spring and you’ll have parsnips in the autumn.

The Parsnip

This sweet, starchy winter root vegetable makes a healthy alternative to potatoes.  It is often over looked as a good source of fibre, which helps bowel regularity and may help to protect against cancer of the colon

Benefits of Parsnip

  • Useful source of vitamin C.
  • Useful source of starch and fibre.
  • Contains folate.

Drawback: None

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