Tortilla with Red Mustard and Daikon Radish

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What Can You Do With a Daikon Radish?

In the early spring I planted daikon radishes. They are lovely in the garden with their large leaves. These are radishes typically used in Japanese cooking. The root is narrow and white with a hint of green at the top. The taste is like a radish or turnip and they can be eaten raw, shredded in salads or sliced for quick cooking stir fries. Today, lest they grow enormous I will use some for lunch. My red mustard is also growing in abundance.  Read More

Purple Plum Radish

Radishes grow quickly. They can be fillers in the garden as other vegetables are harvested.  Read More