A wonder of nature > Jerusalem artichoke is extremely versatile. A proud, beautiful plant that can be used excellently in the kitchen.
Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) is related to the sunflower. The plant was in the 17th century. discovered in North America by an Indian tribe. In Germany, as Erdartischocke, Erdbirne or Indianerknolle increasingly gaining importance for nutrition.
Due to the high inulin content Topinambur is particularly interesting for diabetics and as a diet food. Inulin has a positive effect on the intestinal flora and is metabolically regulating.
Raw, cooked and baked Jerusalem artichoke is versatile
Topinambur tastes raw excellent. They can use a fresh salad throughout the wintercooked, but also cooked and baked Topinambur unfolds its slightly nutty taste.
Jerusalem artichoke has many valuable vitamins, is rich in potassium, iron, vitamin B1, niacin, fiber and carbohydrates. The Jerusalem artichokes can be eaten raw, cooked, roasted and cooked. Properly stored, it can be stored without problems for 5 weeks.
Our tubers are certified by the strict guidelines of organic farming.