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August 10, 2018

Radish Bruschetta
Here's a simple recipe to solve the constant struggle of finding a healthy snack! Ashley Rouse, a FarmHer from Atlanta, Georgia has a passion for food desserts and giving them access to fresh foods through local gardens so it’s only natural that the recipe she is sharing is full of fresh vegetables.
7-8 radishes
1 (4-ounce) tub of cream cheese
Toast or crackers
Salt & pepper
Optional: Cucumber
  1. Wash radishes thoroughly and remove the greens.
  2. Slice the radishes thinly or chop them up in small pieces.
  3. Spread cream cheese on the toast, top with a few pieces of radish.
  4. Add a little bit of salt and pepper to taste and serve.

Read the blog about Ashley Rouse from Season two HERE.

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