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How should radishes be stored?

Michael T. Murray, ND
Naturopathic Medicine

Fresh radishes with the greens attached can be stored for three to five days in the refrigerator, but radishes with the greens removed can be stored in the refrigerator for two to four weeks. Black radishes with the greens removed will store for months if they remain dry. Store all radishes in perforated bags in the vegetable crisper of your refrigerator. Cooked radishes will keep for one to two days refrigerated.

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