This smooth, beautiful white radish with green shoulders, is a Korean daikon, which is sweeter and the those cultivated in Japan. We’ve tried growing quite a few varieties of The Japanese daikon radishes which don’t seem to grow well in our soils here at Mountain Harvest. For those avoiding gluten, these are a great substitute for noodles and radish noodles can be used in Chicken Pad Thai. These radishes are delicious raw in salads, roasted or you might be interested in trying it in a slaw substituting peppers for carrots if you prefer that. Another favorite of ours is Spring Rolls where most any vegetable can go into these delicious wraps. They can be mashed with potatoes for a gratin which can be made vegan in substituting new balance or oil for butter and nutritional yeast for the cheese. If you haven’t yet pickled radishes, be sure to give it a try because it is great as a topping on tacos! Occasionally these radishes are sold without the tops.
Sold by the bunch. Approximately 2 to 4 radishes per bunch. Bunches typically weigh between 3/4 and 1 pound.