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33 Delicious Ways To Use Up Your Summer Vegetables

Before you get buried under the pile of zucchini and Swiss chard that magically regenerates on your counter.

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1. Grilled Radishes with Brown Butter, Thyme, and Sea Salt

Raw radishes add a delicious, spicy crunch to salads and sandwiches. If that isn't your thing, cooking them mellows their kick without ruining their flavor. Recipe here.
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Raw radishes add a delicious, spicy crunch to salads and sandwiches. If that isn't your thing, cooking them mellows their kick without ruining their flavor. Recipe here.

2. Zucchini Fritters

Recipe here.

3. Mexican Corn Dip

Pair your corn chips with some corn dip. Recipe here.
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Pair your corn chips with some corn dip. Recipe here.

4. Tangy Tex-Mex Bell Pepper Slaw

Recipe here.

5. Greek Green Bean Salad

Recipe here.

6. Grilled Potatoes with Garlic Scapes

If you have a ton of scallions, you can substitute those for the garlic scapes, too. Recipe here.
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If you have a ton of scallions, you can substitute those for the garlic scapes, too. Recipe here.

7. Baked Parmesan Zucchini

Breadsticks, begone. Recipe here.
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Breadsticks, begone. Recipe here.

8. Low-Carb Chicken and Poblano Enchiladas

There's really no excuse for letting that Swiss chard rot in the back of your fridge. Recipe here.
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There's really no excuse for letting that Swiss chard rot in the back of your fridge. Recipe here.

9. Green Bean Bacon Bundles

Appetizers for dinner, please. Recipe here.
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Appetizers for dinner, please. Recipe here.

10. Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers

Also starring fresh corn. Recipe here.
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Also starring fresh corn. Recipe here.

11. 30-Minute Fresh Tomato Sauce

No need to buy the jarred stuff when fresh tomatoes are growing like weeds (well, almost). Recipe here.
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No need to buy the jarred stuff when fresh tomatoes are growing like weeds (well, almost). Recipe here.

12. Cucumber-Feta Toasts

Recipe here.

13. Spicy Swiss Chard Chips

Recipe here.

14. Garlic Parmesan Yellow Squash Chips

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

15. Beet Ice Cream with Mascarpone, Orange Zest, and Poppy Seeds

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

16. Cucumber and Mint Sorbet

Recipe here.

17. Beet Bread with Cream Cheese and Dill Swirl

If you can't beet 'em, join 'em for breakfast. Recipe here.
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If you can't beet 'em, join 'em for breakfast. Recipe here.

18. Chocolate Zucchini Cake with Brown Sugar Streusel

Recipe here.

19. Strawberry, Pineapple, and Kale Smoothie

Fruit smoothies are a great way to use up extra kale or spinach without even tasting it. Recipe here.
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Fruit smoothies are a great way to use up extra kale or spinach without even tasting it. Recipe here.

20. Sweet Corn Bacon Ice Cream with Cacao Nibs

Recipe here.

21. Vegan Chocolate Eggplant Heartache Cake

A must-try. Recipe here.
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A must-try. Recipe here.

22. Corn Ice Cream Shortcakes with Blueberry Compote

Recipe here.

23. Zucchini Banana Bread

Recipe here.

24. Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

Looks like a milkshake, but SURPRISE THERE'S SPINACH!!!! Recipe here.
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Looks like a milkshake, but SURPRISE THERE'S SPINACH!!!! Recipe here.

25. Blueberry Kale Popsicles

Your kids will never know. Recipe here.
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Your kids will never know. Recipe here.

26. Cucumber-Lime Paletas

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

27. Slow-Roasted Tomatoes Preserved in Olive Oil

In-season tomatoes are so good on their own that you probably won't have extra. But if you do, slow-roasting them and then storing them in a jar with lots of good olive oil is a really delicious way to make them last a little bit longer. Recipe here.
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In-season tomatoes are so good on their own that you probably won't have extra. But if you do, slow-roasting them and then storing them in a jar with lots of good olive oil is a really delicious way to make them last a little bit longer. Recipe here.

28. Corn Relish

Recipe here.

29. Pickled Garlic Scapes

Recipe here.

30. Sweet and Spicy Zucchini Relish

Recipe here.

31. Garlic Scape and Almond Pesto

The grilled cheese is just a (very) recommended pairing. Recipe here.
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The grilled cheese is just a (very) recommended pairing. Recipe here.

32. Easy Pickled Radishes and Green Beans

The crunchiest pickles around. Recipe here.

33. Beet and Cabbage Sauerkraut

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

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