Peeling Other Root Vegetables
Adopt the peeler technique as previously described, keeping your fingers flat over the blade so
that they can monitor your progress.
Apart from the shape being different, you’ll also notice that as you peel, the surface will become slightly smoother, still slightly rough though,
but this time the natural ridges in the carrot will also become obvious, and raised long ridges will appear, this is quite natural.
If you drop the carrot or parsnip in the water, it will soon become clear where the rougher raised peel is.
Turnips and swedes being round, are a bit more difficult to hold and tougher to peel.
Don’t forget to remove both ends of your root vegetables, (top and
tail), before slicing.