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garlic scape pickles

 
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Has anyone ever pickled just garlic scapes? I have put them in kim chee, but right now I have so many scapes I would like to pickle them on their own. I would be happy to try lacto-fermented or vinegar-based pickles.
 
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We just pickled scapes - simple vinegar pickles with dill, mustard seeds, dill seeds, etc.
We made them the first time last year and they were great.
 
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I do it, some I do whole others on two inch pieces. They are excellent pickled with some hot peppers.
 
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There's garlic scape pickles threads here somewhere, but I can't find them.
We mostly grow softneck in our climate and all the commercial scapes I've seen come all the way from China. Boggles my mind!
 
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I pickle Garlic Scapes.. I found a recipe here -> http://blog.dakeynefarm.com/?p=85
My Garlic obsessed other half uses them in wraps or on sandwiches, when he is not eating them straight out of the jar.
 
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