[Sca-cooks] modern adaption

Dan Schneider schneiderdan at ymail.com
Thu Feb 9 21:58:06 PST 2012

Hej hej!

That's not a Swedish word- at least not anymore; in Swedish, rutabagas are called kålrot.


--- On Thu, 2/9/12, yaini0625 at yahoo.com <yaini0625 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> The rutabaga aka "swede" (Brassica napobrassica) gets it
> name from the Swedish word "rotabagge." Its a cold weather
> plant. It wasn't known in England until 1664 when it was
> grown in the royal gardens. 

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