- Apr 18, 2016
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Obviously, they'll be slightly smaller when they cure, but that is still an enviable crop.
I may have a bit of a furtle around to see if mine have started swelling yet, although I would expect them to be a couple of weeks away from harvesting.
Yummy, what do you do with the scapes, I love to cook with them. Actually get them from a local Amish market, 4 big gathered circles. Then I food processor them, and freeze it in squares to make it each to chop off what I need.
reminds me have to get down to the Amish market see if they have their scapes for sale yet. used up my last frozen piece couple days ago from last year.I let scapes & root dry before I cut them off. We are having rain every day & 100% humidity it might take a month. Cut them too soon liquid drains out of the garlic for a week or more. These need to last about a year in the pantry.
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