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Eagerly Eating Eryngo

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Linton starts with ...
Recently harvested an Eryngium maritimum plant, the seaside eryngo, which is one of the two edible species of this genus. The plant had one large root and numerous smaller ones. Is this normal for this plant?

The fresh shoots, leaves and roots have a number of edible uses but I decided to candy them which was once popular in the olden days of England. The original recipe for candying the Eryngo roots at that time can readily be found online. What other sweet root crops can be candied in a similar manner? Please let me know of any that might work as I would like to experiment further. Thank you.
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TyalgumPhil says...
What is the flavour like
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Linton says...
Taste a bit like carrot, but much sweeter due to the amount of sugar used in preparing it.
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