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QUOTE (Catriona @ Mar 12 2003, 03:10 AM)
Some of my American friends tell me that it is like what you call rutabaga? It's like a turnip, but bigger with a thick skin and is orangey/yellow when cooked. It has a very distinct flavour and is much used in winter dishes in Scotland, such as stews, casseroles and soups.

Actually, swede and turnip are the exact same thing...just diffrent names from the diffrent countries.
rutabaga is a nasty vegtable! smile.gif

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