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June 28, 2010


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Guess what I have in my fridge from the green box I've been getting? 2 BAGS of radish leaves. I've been putting them in the salads a little at a time, but have been getting behind. This last week we also got mint! Can't wait to try your recipe!

Jen L

Laura, you need a salad spinner for those radish tops!

I really love the idea of a radish raita, I bet it was really refreshing.

I got some chou rave in my last amap basket - did you plant any of that in the garden? I just ate it raw in a salad, very good.


Perfect! 2 big bags is probably actually about right - it wilts down to almost nothing. Let me know how it turns out for you :)


Hi Jen, we do have a salad spinner but it isn't very big, so I would've had to do like 10 batches! Also I figured if it was going into boiling water it didn't really need to be dry :)
And unfortunately no, we didn't plant any kohlrabi. I love that stuff, like a cross between cabbage and an apple or something! But we ran out of space :( I think it prefers cooler weather though, so you either have to plant it really early spring or early fall, so I think I'm going to try to plant some once other summer veg has gone and made room!


That sounds great! Reminds me that I forgot to pull some raddishes yesterday, which should have been pulled. Might try one of those recipes, thanks


Thanks, I hope it turns out well for you! :)


Made it at last... Looks stunning Laura!

I'm a bit sceptical that the radishes contribute that much to these delicious eats, though. Would toe nail clippings taste equally good?? ; )


Hahaha...the radishes may not have been the central ingredient, but I assure you they were indispensable! And quite delicious - I think much more so than had it been made with nail clippings, or eye of newt, or anything like that :)

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