The name “kohlrabi” is derived from the Latin words “caulis” (cabbage) and “rapum” (beet/tuber): a Swedish turnip. Moreover, kohlrabi is a very popular vegetable in German-speaking countries and American states with great German ancestors such as Wisconsin. The origin and time of origin of kohlrabi, however, is not entirely clear. It is thought to come from the Mediterranean region and Asia, but its origin has not yet been clarified.
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