Max Kennedy wrote:Maybe a dumb question but my knowledge of the Jerusalem Artichoke is that the inulin portion of the tuber is indigestible for humans and causes extreme gas. Why is this being planted unless it is for animal feed?
Alison Freeth-Thomas wrote:This thread explains more on Jerusalem Artichokes for human consumption
Steve Furlong wrote:This is great. I'm in Ireland, where the dull and often very changeable weather makes me pessimistic about getting anything growing properly sometimes! But to see you growing stuff this well, not too far south of the Arctic Circle, is very encouraging!
He baked a muffin that stole my car! And this tiny ad:
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