noun, plural kohl·ra·bies.
Origin of kohlrabi
Examples from the Web for kohlrabi
Historical Examples of kohlrabi
Every day they lunched on frankfurters and kohlrabi at Schwartz's.Our Square and the People in It
Samuel Hopkins Adams
They also gave out potatoes, kohlrabi, bread and blood sausage at times.The Biography of a Rabbit
Peel, slice, and soak the kohlrabi in cold water for half an hour.The Myrtle Reed Cook Book
Cook the kohlrabi in boiling salted water until tender and then drain the water from it.
The edible part of kohlrabi is the enlarged stem, which has the flavor of both turnip and cabbage.