How to Store Artichokes:
Store artichokes in a plastic bag for up to one week. In order to prevent mold from growing, keep artichokes dry.
Artichokes are cholesterol free, low in calories, fat free, free of saturated fat, low in sodium, a good source of dietary fiber, a good source of vitamin C, a good source of folate, and a good source of magnesium.
One serving size of artichokes is 1 artichoke (56 grams of the edible portion). A serving of artichokes contains 25 calories.
Artichoke is a semi-hardy perennial vegetable that grows best in areas with a warm winter and a cool summer. In harsher climates it is grown as an annual, and replanted each year. It is not well suited to growing in a square ...
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Artichokes are giant thistles that grow three feet tall and are as fun to grow as they are to eat. Their prickly-silver leaves are an excellent backdrop anywhere you plant them. Although most artichokes thrive in the cool, moist ...
Tricia shows you how to plant and grow artichokes.
Learning about growing artichokes
Ocean Mist Farms' Artichoke harvest video shows you how we grow Artichokes and harvest them. For more information about how Ocean Mist Farms grows and harvests Artichokes, visit: www.oceanmist.com