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I haven't tried this yet, of course... but just in case I can't find it later, here it is.
Here’s my favorite radish pod pickle recipe. You can make these in as little as eight hours.
2 cups radish pods
1 teaspoon. sea salt
2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
Ground black pepper
Sesame seed oil
Put pods in a mixing bowl and sprinkle with salt. Cover and chill in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Drain accumulated liquid and rinse to remove the salt. Pat dry with paper towels and return to bowl. Add rice wine vinegar, a dash or two of ground black pepper, and a couple drops of sesame seed oil. Refrigerate at least eight hours before serving.
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