Veggie Type: Root
Season: Cold-weather (fall through spring)
Uses: Parsley roots look a lot like parsnips, but they’re more of a bright white (once you wash off the dirt and get peeling), and if you’re lucky, they’ll still have the easily identifiable parsley greens attached. The parsley roots should be peeled and then can be treated more or less like carrots. Try them raw and dipped in a veggie dip or roasted with other root vegetables.