Sunchokes (1.5 lb.)
Also known as Jerusalem artichokes, sunchokes are an edible perennial tuber produced by a type of sunflower relative native to eastern North America and widely used by Indigenous people. Their taste is described as between a potato and an artichoke. They can be eaten raw but are usually cooked before consuming. They do not need to be peeled. Good for roasting, soups, and much more! Jerusalem artichokes are a good source of inulin, a form of dietary fiber that is considered prebiotic (good for gut bacteria) and helps regulate blood sugar. They will store very well in a sealed plastic bag in the fridge. May requier some trimming.