Growing Jerusalem Artichokes, also Sunchoke

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11 May 12 Lou (Australia - temperate climate)
I got some from a community garden. I've never tired them before. I broke them into smaller bits, washed them in water and fried them in garlic and butter. They are ok, ever so slight nutty flavour. In future I will use them to bulk up stews and soups. I have some growing as well. they are very tall, yellow daisy flowers and easy to pull up. I like them. They grow well in Adelaide.
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