Japanese radish


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Synonyms for Japanese radish

radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked

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The Japanese radish (Raphanus sativus L.) is an edible leaf vegetable that is grown and consumed throughout the world.
The menu on the evening will include Pork, Foie Gras and Blacking Pudding terrine, char-grilled 8oz Rib-eye Steak with Bearnaise Sauce and Asian beef fillet with Japanese radish, all recipes devised by the restaurant's own chef.
While many gardeners use them to fill space between other vegetables, there are some interesting varieties to try including the long white Japanese radish, 'April Cross', the mild 'French Breakfast' and the quick maturing round red 'Sparkler 3'.
In September, add cold-hardy Asian greens, daikon (white Japanese radish), scallions, arugula, mizuna, kale, mustard, tat soi and winter lettuces to your weekly plantings for good winter eating.
FOR a change to the usual scarlet red cherry-sized radish, try the novelty white cylindrical roots of the Japanese radish in salads.
Paper-thin Japanese radish called daikon are used as a wrap for lettuce and is splashed with a spicy chili garlic dressing.
While many gardeners use them to fill space between other vegetables, there are some interesting varieties to try including the long white Japanese radish, `April Cross', the mild `French Breakfast' and the quick maturing round red `Sparkler 3'.
While many gardeners use them to fill space between other vegetables, there are some interesting varieties to try including the long white Japanese radish, "April Cross", the mild "French Breakfast" and the quick maturing round red "Sparkler 3".
Yield: 3 quarts (3 liters) 1 duck carcass half an onion several pieces of daikon (white Japanese radish) or any large, white radish, cut into irregular pieces a small piece of pared ginger root a few leaves of komatsuna (a mild mustard green) or collards 2 or 3 pieces of kombu (sea kelp; optional) 4 to 6 duck feet (optional) 1/2 cup (125 milliliters) low sodium soy sauce, or to taste 1/2 cup (125 milliliters) Chinese cooking wine (optional) Break up the carcass into pieces and add them, together with the onion, ginger, daikon, collards, kelp and duck feet to 4 quarts (4 liters) of boiling water.
The FTC alleges the 32 companies fixed annually between March 1998 and August 2001 crossbred seed prices of Chinese cabbage, cabbage, Japanese radish and turnip in an effort to prevent falls in their prices.
"It is designed for a range of activities that farmers are required to do, such as carrying heavy bags of potatoes, pulling 'daikon' (Japanese radishes) from the ground, or pruning branches," said Toyama.
In a dining room done up by Christian Liaigre in monochrome with touches of tribal African art, one can taste the fusion inventions of Vongerichten including lobster with Japanese radishes or black truffle and fontina pizza.
Here and there we could see both farmers and military personnel busy gathering Chinese cabbages and Japanese radishes to make the spicy Korean dish of kimchi.
Villagers were busy gathering Chinese cabbages and Japanese radishes to make the famous spicy Korean dish of kimchi.
The new company, Seven Farm Tomisato, will produce five types of vegetables, such as Japanese radishes and carrots, on a leased 2-hectare farmland and sell them at six Ito-Yokado stores in the prefecture east of Tokyo, the key unit of Seven & I Holdings Co.
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