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Muncher Cucumber
'Muncher' cucumber.
Muncher Cucumber
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60 days — 'Muncher' have strong, vigorous vines that prolifically produce smooth, tender fruits that reach nine inches in length. A good slicer that does not get bitter and is burpless.

'Muncher' is of Middle Eastern origins and is reportedly resistant to cucumber mosaic virus. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 25 to 30 seeds.
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Easy favorite
I saw the good reviews for this cucumber variety last year and ordered a packet. I am so glad I did! This is the best tasting cucumber I have ever grown. It has a nice, thin skin, so you don't even need to peel it. I like to slice one of these up and put it into Thai salad rolls (served with homemade peanut sauce)... or I make a felafel sandwiches and include chunks of this cucumber and homegrown tomatoes and red onion in pita bread with ranch dressing. Either way, it's delicious!
Reviewed by: Nancy Collver from Souther Oregon. on 2/2/2015
Best taste
One of the best tasting slicing cucumbers I've found anywhere. These are the cucumbers I like to use for pickles too. Fairly cold hardy as I got them to grow in cloudy/cold San Francisco!
Reviewed by: Greg Plotkin from San Francisco. on 8/5/2014
Tasty and easy to grow
Very tolerant of the hot 2012 summer. Best tasting cucumbers ever with minimal seeds.
Reviewed by: Mark Kary from Billings, MT. on 12/17/2012
Very easy to grow, with nice-sized and great tasting cucumbers. Will definitely grow these again next year!
Reviewed by: Ruth Lestina from Wexford, PA. on 7/24/2011
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