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BILBY4
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11/12/12 6:42 P

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Sweet and sour quick radish pickles: www.justbento.com/handbook/johbisai/sweet-
sour-and-salty-instant-radish-pickles


Happy radishing!


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11/12/12 6:33 P

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Thanks for posting the radish cake recipes. You're right, the first one is daunting, but the second one is, for me, daunting, too! It looks delicious, all those ingredients and all those flavors...I've just been looking at fermenting radishes, by themselves and in kimichis. One kimchi recipe I've been looking at from 'Wild Fermentation', uses other roots as well: www.scribd.com/doc/39842073/Wild-Fermentat
ion-Radish-Kimchi
Another recipe uses grated beets along with plenty of radish: milkwood.net/2012/02/16/radical-ferment-be
etroot-and-radish-kimchi/
Besides a few leaves raw in salads and such, I shall attempt making the radish leaf pesto. For now, I shall leave radish cakes to my dreams.

P.S. No mice have been spotted, so far...

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Found a recipe for savoury radish cake with 2 versions, the first a little daunting and the second a quicker alternative: justbento.com/handbook/recipe-collection-m
ains/vegan-turnip-cake-or-daikon-radis
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I agree with the raw dipped in salt way to eat. My dad used to call them "burp balls"!!

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11/12/12 1:33 P

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I just eat radishes raw. I love the flavor of a fresh radish by itself or in a salad.

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I add radishes to vegetable stews.

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If you have the leaves, radish leaves make a tasty pesto. Blend raw with some almonds, miso and a dob of tahini and lemon juice.

For the radishes you describe I'd look at recipes for daikon too.

How fancy do you want to get? Look for recipes for 'radish cake' or 'turnip cake' if you'd like a real adventure.


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Radishes. Don't last long around my place, they keep getting eaten by mice: www.canadabbhosts.com/recipes/RadishMice.h
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p.s. push a couple of cloves or peppercorns in for the eyes.


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well I didn't see the radish you described but there are alot of recipes

allrecipes.com/recipes/fruits-and-vegetabl
es/vegetables/radishes/


www.bonappetit.com/ideas/radish-recipes/se
arch


dancinggecko.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/10-t
asty-radish-recipes/


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The only way I've eaten radishes is by dipping them in salt and eating them or slicing them and putting them in a salad. I've even seen them in vegetable Jello salads. I, personally, don't eat jello any more, though.


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I've been given many bunches of an heirloom variety of radish. They are about 2" long, red on top, taper to a white bottom. Any ideas what to do with these wondrous things?



 
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