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Radishes

Radishes

How to choose, prepare, and store Radishes.
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Buying Radishes

Look for:
radishes that are smooth, brightly colored, with tops that are green and fresh looking.

Avoid:
radishes that are soft, dull-colored, have white or brown scars, or black spots. If the radish tops are yellow, limp or slimy, the radishes are old or have not been refrigerated properly.

Seasonality: All year

Storing Radishes

Remove radish greens, which are edible, before storing and place in a plastic bag. Refrigerate up to one week.

Preparing Radishes

Slice off the roots and leaves, wash and pat. Radishes are served whole, sliced, diced, minced, and/or grated, depending on the recipe. Cook radishes to temper their bitter flavor.

Recipes:
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