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The '''parsnip''' (''Pastinaca sativa'') is a root [[vegetable]], sometimes called '''[[pasternak]]''', closely related to the [[carrot]]. It develops most flavour when exposed to frost.
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The '''parsnip''' (''Pastinaca sativa'') is a root [[vegetable]], called a pasternak in [[Middle English]], closely related to the [[carrot]]. It develops most flavour when exposed to frost.
  
 
==Recipes using parsnip==
 
==Recipes using parsnip==

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The parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a root vegetable, called a pasternak in Middle English, closely related to the carrot. It develops most flavour when exposed to frost.

Recipes using parsnip


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