This BB has been moved to Straw. Dave, if you want to use it for Sand you are grandfathered in. If you'd rather save it for Straw, that's cool too.
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I didn’t know this BB existed. Glad it popped up, as I harvested a load of my Jerusalem artichokes yesterday. We have a full bucket of them in the kitchen ready to use, and about ten times as much in the ground still.
I’ll be slow roasting them. I’m pretty sensitive to the inulin starch and have a rather windy digestive system at the best of times, so the fast cooked method don’t suit me. I like to just scrub the skins, and roast them whole with oil and salt. The skins kind of caramelise and end up yummy and gooey.
I’ve also fermented them in the past which worked well - they kept the fresh crunchy texture, but seemed less reactive in the digestive system!
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