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Big, cracked radishes

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So, I've been limited on time lately, and I might have forgotten about pulling my radishes.:sHa_sarcasticlol: Only one is normal size and uncracked. The others are ginourmous and cracked. I know that the texture will likely be tough but, if sliced thin, are they still okay for eating? Or is this a case where they're now inedible?

 

(Last time I tried to grow radishes, it was an abysmal fail, so having them at all is suprising)

 

Thanks y'all

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should be OK but like you said not the best?

Here is what I do when they get too big and hot -

slice them (keep the good parts) and put into a glass of water, or a bowl, and put in the refrigerator for a day -that will take out the hot and make them better tasting, you can add a bit of salt to the water if you want but we don't.

Better to have whatever you can get instead of losing everything. :thumbs:

:AmishMichaelstraw:

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Oh, thank you-- exactly the sort of info I needed! I'll get them in the water tonight!

 

As I said, last time I tried radishes, they failed. Sprouted and then. . . nothing. So Actually getting radishes is very happy! Yay!

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You should cut them open at the splits and remove a slice from that area to reduce the bacteria. Be sure to scrub them well under running water to clean them initially, before you cut into any produce.

I was amazed at how many I had to tell to wash their produce before they cut it up in the classes I recently taught !

Ok, lesson over, ha ha !

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Zopheil, Radishes slice, or shred, dry and grind well. They make a great addition to soups and casseroles. We have an entire thread in this board about radishes. They bring down your blood sugar.

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