In this week's Perennial Plate episode we visit a school garden and take a class on radishes with Ashley Rouse of Georgia Organics, a non-profit that connects organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families.
"Everyone should know how delicious a radish is. And everyone should know if you put a seed in the ground, it will grow," said Ashley, who visits schools to teach kids about farming and produce. When she introduced them to different types of radishes, including the French breakfast radish, one kid asked: "does that mean French people eat these for breakfast?" It's a very sweet video.
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