high in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and B6 and a good source of folate, thiamin, and magnesium, kohlrabi is a great veg to experiment with.  this was the very first time for me.  of course, it is very low in calories and is 15% protein!  kohl = cabbage and rabi = turnip.  it is considered a wild cabbage plant, along with cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, brussels sprouts and mustard greens, and we all know how good those are for us, right!?  you can eat it raw or cooked.  smaller or baby kohlrabi can be eaten with the skins on, but larger bulbs should be peeled due to toughness.  i sliced them up and sauteed them with some kale and them smothered it with my spicy peanut butter coconut sauce and topped it with some tofu...amazing.  i challenge you to find this veg and try it out.  let me know!  very mild taste with a good crunch and somewhat juicy.  you could eat it raw on a salad or roast it i am sure!  or make a gratin!  another super food to add to the growing list!!!