Jerusalem Artichoke
Title: Jerusalem Artichoke
Additional Names: Topinambur
Literature References: The subterranean stem tuber of Helianthus tuberosus L., Compositae, a kind of sunflower native to North America. Used as food by American Indians. Contains up to 20% (wet basis) of polysaccharides usable as sweetening agents: Rubin, US 2782123 (1957).

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