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Gardening

Who knew, Radish Pods?

Fooley0401 | Jun 28, 201204:27 AM     21

I just found out yesterday that when you let radishes bolt, that the radish plants eventually form these little green pods with radish seeds inside. Even though radishes are easy to grow, they have never done well in my garden, but I have ripped them out to use the greens before they grew pods. Does anyone else grow these radish pods? Has anyone out there ever cooked with these radish pods? I have heard of other people pickling them, but does anyone have other ideas/recipes from experience? Thanks!

(the photo is not mine, I got it from here- http://beekman1802.com/general/pickle...)

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