Enjoying A New Type Of Radish
I grew a new vegetable (to me) this year. They are called singara or rat-tail radishes. They don’t grow an edible root, but grow long seed pods that are the edible part of the plant. The seed pods grow quickly after the plants flower, and get long in a hurry. They like to have some room; planting them about a foot apart seems to give them enough room. Harvest them when the pods start showing bulges where the seeds are located in the shafts. Delicious eating right off the bush, added to salads, or pickled in jars.