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Parsnip Noodles (raw, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free)

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The parsnip plant has a thick fleshy root that is whitish or yellowish in color and is related to the carrot.  But they are sweeter and sharper in flavor than a carrot.  The core of the parsnip can be woody and bitter in taste which with this application is perfect because the spiralizer will keep the core of the parsnip intact and can be composted after the noodles are made. When researching the health benefits of parsnips I read that eating parsnips can stimulate growth in children.  Aaaand, since I have never really grown up and I am vertically challenged… I…

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