Rutabagas Conclusion

I would like to call this week a rousing success because there was nothing I did not enjoy. I think the ultimate question I like to ask myself after wrapping up a fruit or vegetable is if I would buy it again. I sincerely think I will be sitting there making a grocery list another day and think on how good the two recipes were this week and that I should eat them again. Rutabagas know how to work their sweetness and masquerade as a boring root vegetable.

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I think case closed here. Buy some rutabagas, maybe skip over the turnips until you’ve really latched onto these bad boys. Try them out. I have nothing more to really say on the humble rutabaga.

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I would like to say that this is the end of week 13. We are a quarter of the way done with the year. I definitely did not believe I would still be doing this past one month, let alone three months. That may just be me being cocky, but this is a celebration!

I will say I believe I have stumbled upon a supplier of odd fruits and vegetables and hope to get as much as I can from them, at something I can afford. I know y’all are here for the weird stuff, and honestly that is why I am here too. The weird stuff is cool looking, interesting and all around new, whereas stuff like rutabagas you can see everyday.

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That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try it though.

We shouldn’t excuse the everyday things in our life, because they all contribute to your day. Yes, a delicious dragon fruit is cool and unique but have you even tried a radish? They are gorgeous and you can grow them yourself if you wanted. Anyway, I am excited for the remaining year and who knows what else.

I do want to say thank you to everyone who has followed, shared, recommended and asked every week, “what are you eating this week?” I invite you all to join along and I hope some of you are, because it is fun to try new things.

Author: Olivia O.

East Tennessee native with an interest in food and trying new things.

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