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      Nutritional benefits of turnip microgreens

      The most abundant vitamins present in turnip are vitamins A and C, as well as many vitamins from the B group. You may be surprised to learn that there is more Vitamin C in turnips than there is in oranges.

      Turnips also contain minerals that are useful in maintaining good health, including calcium and phosphorus. All of these nutritional advantages make turnip a very healthy food to eat.

      Taste and use

      One of the most popular uses for turnip in the kitchen is as an ingredient in tasty soups. It can be added to other vegetables to make a warming vegetable soup to eat during the cool winter months.

      Turnips can also be used a low-calorie accompaniment to fish and meat dishes. Turnip is a versatile vegetable that tastes good and provides many of the nutrients that are vital in maintaining good health, making it a must have addition to a home kitchen cupboard.