There is always the local food bank or a commodities distribution center where you can give them to those who are hungry. I take many of my excess crops there. Even not so perfect apples are appreciated here at mine by the people who receive them. I even had some come help me pick last year.
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I did find a recipe for pickled radishes - even gives directions for making little roses out of them before you pickle them. Its done that way in Japan, evidently. I'm loving the sauteed radishes with garlic - who knew I could get DH to eat radishes and actually LIKE them??
You're right . . . they are cute!
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Radishes store longer in the refrigerater if you can keep the humidity around 90%. So I would put them in a plastic zip-bag with a damp paper towel.
Radishes can be grown as both a spring and fall crop and their seeds stay viable for a few years. So if you want both red & white radishes you can plant just part of the pack in spring & more of it in the fall.
I wish I had your radish problem. The tops on mine looked great, but the roots are pencil thin and I've never had a problem with the white radish until this year. I just pulled them and will mulch them into the garden.
There's not much one can do for a variance in radish preparation and consumption.
I don't know what possessed me to plant two packets of radish seeds - one white and one red. I am inundated. I'm snacking on them, eating cucumber/radish salad and tonight I will fry some. (they taste like potatoes)
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