Radish Recipes From Around The World
Radish season is here! We eat them raw on sandwiches. In a few weeks we should have enough lettuce to grow a salad to add them to. We also ferment the roots and stems with cabbage, hot peppers and other ingredients and the leaves are added to stir fry or turned in olive oil, seasoned and baked in the oven for crispy snacks. Any woody stems, partially wilted leaves and other leftovers are fed to the chickens, turkeys, guineas and geese.
This months harvest reminds us how much our soil has improved at Ozark Akerz Regenerative Farm over the past 7 years. Nothing but real food, from organic straw to organic raw milk has fed the soil since 2014. What was once a hay field with hardly any topsoil and hard pan clay is recovering to its natural state and is providing nutritionally rich and healthy food for two and four legged animals alike.
From Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Radishes to Ethiopian Gomen and Radish Relish
We asked our social media community to share how they use the radishes and radish greens and got recipes from Canada, France, India and United States. Thank you Joni, Patrik, Gordon, Vishal, Thom and Rachel for sharing your recipes!
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