Stored in crawlspace, sunchokes got soft. Can I still use'em? How best to store them in future?
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I think as long as they're not slimy or moldy looking you're ok. Probably better in a puree. I've stored mine in the fridge, loosely wrapped in a paper towel in an open plastic bag for many many many weeks.
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