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I have a lot of radishes about ready.  They are supposed to be winter radishes. Does that mean they store well or that they can stand the cold? I don’t remember the varieties. I’ll look for the packets.

Does anybody have a good recipe for pickled radishes? Dill doesn’t really sound great with radish to me. Maybe? Maybe just something simple like vinegar, water, and sugar?

Do pickled radishes get mushy in you can them?

I’m not sure if I’m ready to try fermenting.
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Radishes are good pickled all by themselves. cumin, coriander, garlic are all spices that go well with them too. Also onions.
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