What are the pros? Easy to grow, very good cooked
What are the cons? None
I have grown these before and had lost my provider for them. These are easy to grow and Trellis. Grow at the edge of the garden and the wildlife rabbits etc will go for them and leave the rest of the garden alone. Picked while still young and green, if you skin them they have a cuke like taste to them, and make a good dill pickle substitute, or other pickle.They must be skinned. If allowed to ripen they make a great cooked preserve and pickle. The last i canned them we done 2 cases of skinned and deseeded bread and butter pickles out of them that was good. They are not very tasty raw when ripe,but can be cubed small into fruit salads or ambrosia to hide the blandness.Love them will be ordering them from ya'll. I had no problem growing them I fertilized with fish emulsion.
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