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Looking forward to my radishes just so I can try this one:
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Oh, my goodness... those look amazing!!! Now I can't wait for it to get cool again so I can grow radishes!
Woo Hoo! Count me in on trying this when I get my radishes. People ask me "Do you really eat radishes? I don't know anyone who really eats radishes." I assure them we do (more for me, lol!) I just think radishes are cute, cheery and give a little instant party in your mouth because of all the zip!
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Gosh, that sounds so good. I can now use all those radishes. I'm the only 1 that eats them raw, maybe all will eat them cooked!!
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I like mine raw in salads, but this is worth a try to get the family to eat them. Thanks.
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