Exotic looking isn't it? This veggie is in the same family with cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. It tastes similar to the stem parts of broccoli, but milder and a little sweeter. It can be eaten raw, in salads or slaws, or roasted or sauteed. The greens are edible and can be prepared like collards. A very versatile vegetable.
Comes in bunches of 3-4, tennis ball sized bulbs.