Greenhouse Turnip Greens Harvest

Greenhouse Turnip Greens Harvest

I must apologize for the video being out of focus for much of the first part. Evidently, the camera had not acclimated to the cold and that “fog” can be seen. The primary focus of this greenhouse update is the harvesting of turnip greens. I’m growing two types, a japanese white turnip called Hakurei, and a leaf variety hybrid called Alamo. If you watch till the end, you’ll get to see them cooked up nicely. What I didn’t say is how absolutely amazing they tasted! In the rest of the greenhouse things are growing slowly, but still growing none-the-less. I’m not as busy out there nor is it as exciting as the spring and summer months, but I am producing and still having fun in the month of December. We’ll see how long I can push the envelope. Stay tuned, comment, like, and subscribe ok. _______________________________________

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  1. I love turnips but never had the greens.  Do they have a bitter taste even after cooking like mustard greens or are they slightly sweet without the bitterness.  When I was growing up in the South, everyone make turnip or mustard greens but they seemed to like the "pot likker" better than the greens themselves.

  2. Great video. I didn't know that you eat the turnip's leaves. I've noticed that us Hispanics don't much veggies just the typical things like tomatoes and lettuce. Love your green house. It's very nice. 


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