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Looking for an easy way to add a serving of healthy fiber to your next salad? The Doctors reveal the vegetable you should include and it's something you may have never even tried.
They suggest adding kohlrabi, also called German turnip, which has more fiber than lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, or cauliflower. In fact, just 1 cup of kohlrabi will give you close to 20 percent of your recommended daily amount of fiber.
Kohlrabi is also packed with vitamin C, vitamin B, and potassium. After tasting it, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork -- who had never tried the vegetable -- says, "I like it," and think it would also be nice sauteed with some balsamic vinegar.