Salsify may refer to: Tragopogon, a plant genus; Tragopogon porrifolius, a plant
with linear leaves cultivated for its light-skinned edible root and herbal properties
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The root is similar in appearance to a long, thin parsnip, with creamy white flesh
and a thick skin. In the same way as many root vegetables, salsify can be boiled,
Put freshly peeled salsify into a solution of water and lemon juice to stop it
browning. It can be cubed and added to soups and stews; I boiled my salsify and
Jan 8, 2014 ... It may look like an ugly brown stick, but don't judge salsify on its outer
appearance.A skinnier relative of the parsnip, salsify is a delicious, ...
Jan 4, 2012 ... The root vegetable salsify is more than meets the eye.
(Tragopogon porrifolius) A European favorite known in Roman times and
cultivated since at least the Thirteenth Century. Sow ½” deep in very early spring,
Jan 22, 2014 ... Early Americans nicknamed salsify "oyster plant" as an homage to their favorite
briny bivalves (though you may not notice any oyster flavor).
Salsify root resembles a long, thin parsnip. Only slightly tapering in shape, Salsify
can grow as long as a carrot. The white variety of Salsify is often hairy when ...
Some of the health benefits of salsify include its ability to lower blood pressure,
boost the immune system, stimulate hair growth, and increase circulation.