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  • Remove the tops. The leaves cause moisture and nutrient loss.
  • Place the radishes in a plastic bag and put them in the refrigerator. Do not clean them first.
  • Winter radishes will stay fresh in the refrigerator this way for up to two weeks.
  • Summer radishes will stay fresh for up to a week.
  • Radishes that have gone a little limp can perk up if submerged in cold water.  Half-fill a jar or bowl with ice-cold water, and place the radish roots under water for several minutes.

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Open-Faced Butter & Radish Sandwiches (also great with cream cheese)

California Fish Tacos with Radish & Cilantro Slaw

Sauteed Radishes


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