eat sunchoke. Sunchoke (Jersualem artichoke) look a bit like a knobbly pink- skinned ginger root and have a sweet, nutty flavor, reminiscent of water chestnuts.
Sunchokes, the vegetable formerly known as "Jerusalem artichokes," are the tuberous roots of a native North American plant in the sunflower family -- neither.
Sunchokes are best described as thin-skinned, knobby, potato-look-a-likes. The tubers are the root stem of a variety of sunflower that can grow up to ten feet tall.
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