purple-top or Tokyo turnips (see page 86), peeled and trimmed 6 green onions, divided 1 tsp.
Cut purple-top turnips in half, then into 1-in.-thick wedges (leave Tokyo turnips whole).
rapa), which include purple-top
varieties, take longer to mature than salad turnips but yield larger roots.
The tubes included a red-top tube with no anticoagulant, a purple-top
tube with 150 g/L EDTA, a green-top tube with 72 USP units of heparin, and a blue-top tube with 32 g/L sodium citrate.
Whether you use peppery purple-top
turnips or the sweeter Tokyo variety, this salad is excellent with a bowl of rice, braised short ribs (page 84), or even a burger.