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Creamy Turnip Soup

Fry a generous amonut of garlic in bacon grease or olive oil in a soup pot.

Add vegetable or chicken stock and bring to a boil.

Add diced turnip roots, one potato, salt and pepper to taste and a few bay leaves.

When roots and potato are soft, combine with liquid in a food processor.

Return to pot, adding cream, a little water to desired consistancy, and diced daikon raddish. Once raddish is cooked, add turnip greens, sliced thin, and remove from heat.

Serve when greens are just cooked through and tender.  Don't put too many greens, just enough to give the soup body.

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