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Radish Fans ?? #14467130 01/14/20
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Got to pondering a bunch of radishes in the veggie section while shopping awhile back and realized I only used them in my salads

Hmmmmmmmmmmm ?

Bought a bunch and tossed 'em in the fridge when I got home. to decide their fate which I solved by adding a generous handful to a pot of beef stew. WOW delish


Other suggestions ???

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Re: Radish Fans ?? [Re: 284LUVR] #14467218 01/14/20
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A handful to munch on along with some potato chips makes a great snack.


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Re: Radish Fans ?? [Re: 284LUVR] #14467277 01/14/20
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Chilled with olive oil, salt and pepper.


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I've never cooked a radish. I like em raw!

I'd like to raise, or find some white radishes.


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Love em with a little salt or in a salad.


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Re: Radish Fans ?? [Re: 284LUVR] #14467490 01/14/20
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Slice and fry in butter like you would potato. Season with salt and pepper or your favorite seasoning.

Eat them that way when I'm on a keto diet

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I like them sliced raw in soups as a condiment.


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Re: Radish Fans ?? [Re: 284LUVR] #14467624 01/14/20
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We grow a ton (literally) of daikon radishes on the farm as forage for the cattle and I always grab a bunch to pickle. I love raw daikon too, but a properly pickled daikon (done in the same way as pickling cucumbers) not only lasts a long time, it's a great pickle.


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They are using radishes, and turnups as cover crop. Some of those are huge. No idea how the eat.


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I grow a bunch of them in the spring. Plant them around the cucumber vines. They're done by the time the cucumber vines need the space. Working on the timing for fall radishes. I mostly eat them raw but I've had them pickled.


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Sliced on your tacos is a great way to use them. Peppery crunch!

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I just eat them sliced with salt.

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Originally Posted by TimberRunner
Sliced on your tacos is a great way to use them. Peppery crunch!

That is what I use them for.


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Originally Posted by Remsen
We grow a ton (literally) of daikon radishes on the farm as forage for the cattle and I always grab a bunch to pickle. I love raw daikon too, but a properly pickled daikon (done in the same way as pickling cucumbers) not only lasts a long time, it's a great pickle.


Agreed - I usually slice them as thin as I can on a mandolin before they go in the pickling brine.


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I must try!


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I like both the red globes and the white finger kinds, always raw. But they're also good with a sprinkle of Tajin.


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2 slice s or soft white bread , cover each with butter, 1/8 to 3/16th thick and layer on a dust of salt....slap the other slice on top...good eats oink !


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Originally Posted by atvalaska
2 slice s or soft white bread , cover each with butter, 1/8 to 3/16th thick and layer on a dust of salt....slap the other slice on top...good eats oink !


That is EXACTLY the way my grandpa taught me to eat them. Still do to this day.


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