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    Garlic

    Finally got the scapes cut on the garlic that was ready. Ended up with over 5 lbs of scapes. Letting Hawgriders garlic go to seed so I'll have more of it to plant next year. This years scapes are going to be smoked and dehydrated and made into another spice since we still have some frozen from last year. Great addition to making homemade broth for chicken and noodles. Click image for larger version. 

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    My scapes are just now coming I'll let them curl then snag some. I still have some dehydrated from last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    My scapes are just now coming I'll let them curl then snag some. I still have some dehydrated from last year.
    Those are good dehydrated I use it with select meals for the extra flavor

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    My scapes are just now coming I'll let them curl then snag some. I still have some dehydrated from last year.
    I noticed that the garlic you gave me the scapes seem to curl more as mine are already curled more than the ones I cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Those are good dehydrated I use it with select meals for the extra flavor
    I agree. I made some 2 yrs ago. I just use from a small jar and keep most in a pint canning jar that I vacuum seal. They stay fresh for a long time.

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    You can eat the green stuff? I dug 15 plants out of the yard before my first cut.
    I gave some away, planted 9 and harvested the other cloves
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    Scapes off broncosfan except for some seed stock. I'm going to try to save you some to put in the ground for this fall and try again.
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    You can never have enough garlic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BucketBack View Post
    You can eat the green stuff? I dug 15 plants out of the yard before my first cut.
    I gave some away, planted 9 and harvested the other cloves
    New one on me too.. Now I'll have to check that out

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Scapes off broncosfan except for some seed stock. I'm going to try to save you some to put in the ground for this fall and try again.
    Wife cut some last weekend. Save the large patch for me which I haven't got done. I've been up to my limit trying to work on getting this estate paperwork done and the house house ready to sell. I will be grateful when my life gets somewhere close to back to normal. I simply cannot believe its Mid June
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