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Weird Vegetables You’ve Never Seen Before

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1. Celery Root

This vegetable is also known as celeriac, knob celery, and other names. Intriguingly, it is not the root of the classic celery that is commonly consumed.

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Celery Root

It is an entirely distinct vegetable, although the two are related.

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2. Jerusalem Artichokes

The contents of a container of Jerusalem artichokes overflowing onto a table Jerusalem artichokes are another vegetable with multiple names.

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Jerusalem Artichokes

It is also known as sunrooms, sunchokes, and earth apple. The plant itself is a species of sunflower, but we're interested in the roots.

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3. Russian Giant Scorzonera

The Russian gigantic scorzonera resembles a carrot in appearance, with its extra-long black roots and white flesh.

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Russian Giant Scorzonera

If you reside in the proper climate, it is an easy vegetable to grow.

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