Parsnips, aka , are a root vegetable that is similar to carrots – many people unfamiliar with root vegetables are not sure if they are OK to eat on the Paleolithic diet. Keep reading to learn more about this tasty vegetable and if it’s Paleo safe!
Parsnips are OK to eat on the Paleo diet because these tasty veggies are all natural and are available to eat growing in the wild.
Why are Parsnips Paleo Safe?
Parsnips are paleo friendly because they are super healthy and grow naturally in the wild.
They have been available for humans to eat since the Paleolithic era and require little cooking or seasoning to be delicious. The plant is native to Eurasia, was cultivated by the Romans and is high in vitamins CEK1 and B.
Our Final Say
Parsnips are nutritious and delicious, plus they are safe to eat on the Paleo diet. The best time to eat them is late in the year in months like October, November and December. Try these next starchy carbs as a side with your next dinner.
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