Also known as white radish.These radishes are generally marketed in bunches of three or four roots for the small variety or one to three roots for the larger ones. Daikon radishes are an Asian staple, particularly in Japan. They have a firm, crisp flesh and a mild flavour, similar to that of white turnip. Daikon can be diced and added to salads, or used like a potato or turnip and added to soups, stews or stir-fries. In Japan, grated raw daikon is formed into a small pile and served with sashimi and tempura. To Store: Chinese radishes store well in the fridge if they are placed in a sealed container or plastic bag in order to maintain high humidity.
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