The Jerusalem artichoke has a deceptive name since they are not actually artichokes, nor are they from Jerusalem (they are also referred to as Sunchokes, as they are part of the sunflower family). They're actually a brown-skinned, lumpy tuber that resembles ginger root. The white flesh of the organic Jerusalem artichoke is nutty, earthy and vaguely sweet. It is often used in a similar manner to potatoes. Store them in a dark and cool place.
Ingredients: No chemicals, no GMOs, just organically grown Jerusalem artichoke.