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    Default What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    Hello, I only have one little question:

    Does the English "turnip" mean "rabano" in Spanish? I just bought one to try it and it smells like a rabano which I used to grate and mix in to the salads back in Argentina, but I don't recall seeing there the "turnips"...

    Asking a woman at the market, she said to cook it, but we never cooked the rabanos.

    Very grateful for a clarification please?

    Un millon de gracias!

    Adela

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    Turnip es Nabo, y se usa para sopas, por ejemplo. Rábano es radish en inglés

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    hola, creo que es Nabo (hortaliza diferente al rábano)

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    Eso es, nabo, por lo menos en Uruguay. En Argentina deber ser igual

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    En españa tambien es igual xD rabano y nabo

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    En México también es nabo y hacemos sopa de poro y papa con espinacas. Deliciosa.

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    Default Re: What's "turnips" in Spanish??? :o)

    hola adela,
    no entiendo bien tu comentario, pero si, como creo, te refieres a la forma en la que se come el nabo, te diré que aunque sea una hortaliza debe ser cocinada. Yo nunca la he visto utilizar en crudo porque es muy dura. En Cataluña se utiliza en cocina tradicional para guisos cuya base es el cerdo

    no se si es esto lo que preguntabas.

    Àngel

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