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My single Japanese eggplant is still producing, but I'm getting a little tired of it, so I may pull the plant. This will get cooked with Italian sausage, peppers and mushrooms in a marinara sauce for freezer meals.

CrazyQuilter 7 Nov 15
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I slice them and grill them with onions, garlic, capsicums and zucchinni. It turns out lovely and you can have it on crusty bread that you have toasted. You can change the taste if you put some basil pesto on the toast. And you can add some seafood with it.

Jolanta Level 8 Nov 16, 2019
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You could send me some!

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Very productive .

Cast1es Level 8 Nov 15, 2019
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baba ganoush! aubergine sandwishes! curry! brinjal pickle, brinjal crisps! don't pull it up!

Allamanda Level 8 Nov 15, 2019

My late partner made baba ganoush a lot. Problem is I found I have a reaction to sesame seeds so no more tahini.

@JackPedigo it's also nice with other ground nets, walnuts, peanuts etc.

@Allamanda Good idea, I hadn't thought of. Funny, we just had our first summer garden in a large greenhouse. I did not participate this year (but will next summer) and some friends gave me a handful of Japanese Eggplants.

@JackPedigo that kind is good stirfried Thai style too!

@CrazyQuilter sounds like we need to do a recipe swap! yum!

Now I’m starving...thanks a lot.

@Allamanda I did make a stir fry with along with some peppers also from the greenhouse.

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I understand that eggplant slices, once peeled and lightly salted...preserves well in the frige and excellently in the freezer. It can also be "blanched" (quick boiled) and then put in jars to preserve at room temperature.

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Robecology Level 8 Nov 15, 2019

@CrazyQuilter I, too...live alone.

I can only suggest that you save what you can, and share your eggplants. I have two eggplants. - one in the freezer, one thawing and getting ready for an eggplant 'stack"....with tomatoe sauce and mozzarella.

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