- A crisp, sweet turnip-shaped root vegetable (Pachyrhizus erosus) used raw in salads and as crudités or cooked in stews. Also called Mexican turnip, yam bean.
- Jicama. SHOPPER'S TIPS. • Look for brown jicama that are smooth, firm, and feel heavy for their size.
- OCTOBER – Featured Vegetable: JICAMA. WASH. PEEL.
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- Scientific Name and Introduction: Jicama (Pachyrhizus erosus (L.) Urban) is a root jicama in U.S.
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- We sat down to a dinner of grilled salmon, steamed fresh asparagus, brown rice and an arugula-jicama salad. "Where did all this stuff come from?" I, in a memory mood, thought to myself.
- Ceviche: Trendy restaurant item also easy to make at home
- More Americanized versions call for cooking the seafood and serving it in a tomato base - such as ketchup or tomato sauce - with vegetables such as cucumber and jicama. The result is a tangy, spicy and sweet concoction.
- Homey cafe delights
- It's made with shredded cabbage, chunks of jicama and dill pickle. You can even take home a tub ($4 per pound). Dessert: Scones ($2 each) are on the limited pastry menu.
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- Colpak says whether you're trying to get kids to eat something new - at school or home - the same rules apply. "When introducing new foods, do it in small quantities, and do it frequently.
- Pachyrhizus erosus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jicama in the Philippines is referred to as "singkamas".
- What Is Jicama?
- Aug 20, 2011 Jicama is a sweet, root vegetable that looks like a turnip. It can be eaten raw and is often found in salads. Jicama is best used in...
- For those who still haven't met the jicama it is a vegetable humble, if not homely in appearance.
- Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Yambean (jicama), raw
- Nutrition facts and Information for Yambean (jicama), raw.
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