Originally Posted by GlenBarrington
They don't have Rutabagas in Britain? The world is stranger than I could possibly imagine.
Similar to a turnip, with a taste sort of like a cross between a turnip and a cabbage. IMO, an acquired taste.
Yes, we have them but, as mentioned above, we call them "swedes". I didn't know (until reading this thread) that the mysterious, and from a British viewpoint, rather oddly-named "rutabagas", were the same thing.