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Using Your Scraps – Radish Greens

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One of my favorite things about radishes are the greens. I wish I could buy the greens by the bagful as I actually like them better than the radishes themselves. And I LOVE radishes!

The first thing I do when I buy radishes is remove the greens, chop and rinse them well. Because I don’t want to take any chance on the greens turning bad, which they do rather quickly, I cook them up right then and there with a little salt, pepper, and garlic. If I have some onion or a shallot I might very thinly slice it and let it cook while I chop the greens.

It’s a bit of effort for not very much food volume so I often will just snack on them while getting the rest of dinner ready, or set them aside and stir them into rice, pasta, or a soup.

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