When other more common root vegetables, like carrots or beets, are available, turnips often get overlooked as a great ingredient for a variety of dishes. You can boil and mash them as an alternative to potatoes, or you can get creative and try chef Andrea Reusing's turnip kimchi. Whether you want to go the traditional route or cook something far outside your comfort zone, F&W's guide shows you how to use up your supply of turnips (including the greens).

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Turnip Casserole with Porcini Crumb Topping

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Turnip Kimchi

Most kimchi (Korean fermented pickles) use lots of red chile flakes and are bold and spicy. This is a white kimchi, which means it's made without the red chile. Some kimchi ferment for weeks, but Andrea Reusing lets these turnips pickle at room temperature for only two days. "It's really special to have something that's just starting to ferment," she says. "It's more about the flavor of the vegetable." More Pickled Vegetables