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A pitcher of water infused with cukes, strawberries, and mint leaves?
So there is still time to throw in come-last-minute squash, cukes, beans, and herbs, and yes, even some Early Girl-type tomatoes, as long as their days-to-harvest are 70 days or less.
My version used crispy cukes and baby bok choy along with radishes and green onions, all bathed in a toasty sesame-miso dressing.
As in baseball, there are bats, such as celery, carrots and cukes — all so easy to slice — and balls, such as turnips, celery roots, onions and beets.
Peel onion, cut in half longways, and slice into semicircles the same width as the cukes.
In lieu of tomatoes and cukes (yawn), chefs Sarah Hymanson and Sara Kramer pack sandwiches with pickled fennel, cauliflower, radishes, and fresh herbs.
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