The tubers of this wild plant are in your grocery store sold under the name “Sunchokes”. Eaten raw, they are crunchy like water chestnuts. Steamed, they have a potato-like consistency. Full of vitamins & minerals, they are a great addition to salads. You can see them growing wild in sunny spots in late summer and early fall.
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Guest appearance on the Sunny Spot Tuesday, October 25, 2016
@ 1 pm on 620 am on WKHB radio (Pittsburgh, PA). It’s also live streamed.
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