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Thread: Wireworms inside radish brought from Walmart...goss

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    This thread is giving me the goosebumps, but it's nothing compare to the cod fish worm or corn worm.

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    Ewww toss it! Don't go to WM for produce and or meat!

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    eeewwwww....i never eat radishes in my life again...i didn't even know there could be worms in it. i always eat without looking.... but hey, i'm still alive.

    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    This is what wireworm in a radish looks like:

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    That's pretty hard to miss. What I think you are dealing with is some stale (not fresh) radishes in which the vascular bundles (water transport tubes) have aged and browned, giving the effect of little dots and lines. This is how radishes typically go bad. If they are old enough, they will get brown dots in them.

    So, don't toss the radishes, and don't toss the soup.

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    Eww gross. I would not eat it. I hope you tossed out the soup.

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    tossed the soup and the leftover radishes. Made some fresh soup last night, messaged walmart on facebook, CSR said they will be sending me a gift card...

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