Aptly named for their light purple tops that fade to a white tail, their centers are white with a mild, sweet flavor.
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These mild roots can be eaten raw or cooked like potatoes. The skin is fairly thick and is best peeled away. Then slice and enjoy fresh, or try them sauteed, baked, roasted or steamed.
Purple Tops store for a long time, especially in the refrigerator in a paper bag.