Cichorium intybus var. foliosum (Radicchio vegetable)

Cichorium intybus var. foliosum - Radicchio, the bitter vegetable that is often mistaken for colorful lettuce or red cabbage, is actually a type of chicory. In fact, it's often called Italian chicory . Radicchio is a perennial plant that's grown commercially in Italy and parts of America, with the number one grower located in California. The vegetable frequently appears in Italian recipes including salads, soups, risotto, pasta, and pizza. Radicchio is a type of chicory with white veins and deep reddish-purple leaves that form a round or elongated head. Chicory is an herbaceous group of plants that includes Belgian endive. The roots of some chicory plants are also dried and ground to make a popular coffee substitute by the same name. Radicchio resembles a colorful head of cabbage or lettuce. Family: asteraceae  

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