What is a Daikon?
- Daikon, or Japanese radish, is one of two Asian radishes popular in the U.S. (the other being Lo Bok). Daikon is a member of the turnip family, but looks more like a large white carrot. it has a sharp yet sweet flavor and crispy radish-like texture.
How to Eat
- Use fresh, sliced or grated in salads, or steam and use for a vegetable.
- Daikon is high in vitamin C and calcium, and contains several antioxidants. Raw Daikon also contains healthy digestive enzymes that help the body process proteins, oil, fat and carbohydrates.
How to Choose
- Choose firm radishes with no blemishes.
How to Store
- Refrigerate up to 7 days.
When are they in season?
Where are they grown?
- Product of U.S.A.