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Unique veggies rarely seen outside farmers markets
The farmers market is a bazaar of plenty, and chief among its pleasures are vegetables rarely seen in supermarkets. There, mizuna snuggles next to the kale; kohlrabi nestles next to the bok choi; breakfast turnips tuck up to the early carrots; and black radishes mingle with their more familiar red-and-white cousins.
By Robin Mather, Special to Tribune Newspapers
June 22, 2013