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As is often the case with the more unusual vegies, I first came across this one in a food market — in Hobart’s wonderful Salamanca market, in fact.

So, given you don’t see this tasty green in shops very often, if you want to enjoy its slightly mustardy flavour in stir-fries, soups and

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