Native to Europe, ancient Greeks and Romans were familiar with the Baby Parsnip.
Having a taste all its very own, the flavor is sweet and nutty.
Baby Parsnips can be baked, roasted, sautéed, mashed, or grated and served fresh.
Baby Parsnips shine as a fiber source; they're high in soluble fiber, the type that
helps lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar on an even keel.
They're a surprising source of folic acid, that B vitamin which women who are
planning a family require to help reduce the risk of certain disabling birth defects.