March may be here, but, for most of the country, winter is still in full swing. For those of us that like our produce fresh, local, and seasonal, it’s the time of year that leaves much to be desired. Aside from winter greens and root vegetables, there just isn’t a whole lot out there. If you’re sick of carrots and potatoes, though, don’t fret — there are plenty of other in-season root vegetables to experiment with. From celery root to jicama, rutabagas to kohlrabi, click through to check out some great ways to prepare less common root vegetables. Do you have a favorite unconventional root veggie? Tell us what it is in the comments!
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