Harvest After Frost for Best Flavor: A great tip on cold weather crops!

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Harvest After Frost for Best Flavor

By bitbit
January 5, 2014

Many cold weather crops actually taste sweeter if you harvest them after a frost instead of right before one.

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Name: Rita
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I really never thought about them possibly needing frost. I ate my kale in the summer, thought it was awful. But then I also eat my broccoli in the summer and it takes fine, No choice but to cut it then as broccoli does not wait.

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