they mature fast, you can eat the whole plant, they are good cooked or raw and have a mild sweetish flavor and just are a nice overall, easy/trouble free addition to the diet.
I've made pickles out of these, found the result to be tolerable.
You can boil or stem them, serve with a pat of butter or gravy.
They bake well, holding their shape.
Prepare as you would a turnip or potato.
You can slice, dice, shred, spiral cut, or leave whole.
They have been described as looking like an alien spaceship.
My empirical studies have revealed that changing the diet of laying hens to include cabbage serves to reduce the cholesterol content of the resulting eggs. By dehydrating the cabbage leaves before feeding them to the hens, this cholesterol reduction is appreciably greater since approximately four times as much of the chemical constituents of the cabbage can be fed to a hen, roughly four ounces per day. This provides greater concentration of these active constituents, including an enzyme that induces an enzyme cytochrome P-450 to break down the cholesterol in the body of the hen.
So I wonder if you could run your kohlrabi through the leaf shredder, allow it to dry and then give it to your animals LOL
How long have ya'll been able to store it? It's hard as a rock, so I imagine quite some time, much like a potato.