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Hand-coloured etching of a king and his turnip (1819). © The Trustees of the British Museum

Turnips: how Britain fell out of love with the much-maligned vegetable

Thérèse Coffey’s recent suggestion that Brits eat turnips instead of tomatoes during food shortages was mocked – but the turnip hasn’t always been so unpopular, as a food historian explains.
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