The pods will go from moist and green to dry and brown. When they start to
split or you can rub them into seeds and chaff between your hands the seeds
are ready to save. I have no knowledge of them being used for food or
seasoning only to grow more plants. They would not be toxic so you can
experiment. Maybe grind them up for mustard(ish) or sprinkle on to bread
I'm going to go ahead and let these dry , use them for seed for a fall
planting . One of my goals here is to have seed that is fully acclimatized
to this area . Part of my acorn squash is grown from last year's seeds .
There are several cukes out there from last year's seed , but they're all
volunteers , and a couple of radishes from where last year's seeded .
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