Ask me what I’d do with nearly any summer vegetable, and the answer is almost always the same: “Pickle it.” Yellow squash, pickle it. Green beans, pickle them. Cherries, pickle those too. It’s hard to beat the sharp tang and crisp snap of a good quick pickle, a fast and easy process that leaves them tasting of summer.
The nice part is they list alternatives. Spinach is the first mentioned, and understandably all the alternatives for spinach should be avoided by those on warfarin/coumadin. The next worst offender on the list for us is blueberries. All things in moderation, but the rest of the list is OK for us.