- The Satiated Blonde
A Low Oxalate Side Dish: Turnips
Updated: Jan 5
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Turnips, not to be confused with a parsnip (or rutabaga) are one of my favorite low oxalate veggies and they're delicious slathered in butter.
Here's how I prepare them:
Slice up turnips
Drop a few dollops of butter on top
Sprinkle my favorite salt (Affiliate code: SB10)
Grind some fermented white pepper
Bake on a tray in the oven (350 for approximately 35 minutes - sometimes more, sometimes less). Affiliate code: SATIATEDBLONDE saves on my favorite cookware!
They're pretty neutral tasting (sometimes a little radish-y) so they go great with everything; steak, chicken, steak, lamb, oh, did I mention, steak?
I found out about low oxalate eating from Sally Norton. Her website has so much information! Have you ever tried turnips?! Tell me in the comments and as always, #GetSatiated.