Japanese radish


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Japanese radish

n.
See daikon.
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Noun1.Japanese radish - radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked
radish plant, radish - a cruciferous plant of the genus Raphanus having a pungent edible root
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Using fluorescence microscopy and other analytical techniques, the team found that the Sakurajima Daikon radish induced more nitric oxide production in these vascular cells than a smaller Japanese radish.
Japanese radish sprouts (Kaiwaredaikon) (Raphanus sativus L.) and lettuce (Lactuca sativa) were obtained from a commercial supplier (ICREST International, JCP, Carson, CA).
A special selection of Obanzai dishes include Ebi Kimini (prawn twisted into flower shapes); Kohaku Namasu (healthy vinegar salad); Onsen Tamago (silky egg whites and custard-like yolk); Hiyayakko which is made with chilled tofu and toppings; Cold Somen (white Japanese noodles made of wheat flour); Saba Misoni (mackerel cooked in miso sauce); Kuri Acharazuke (radishes and turnips with cut kombu seaweed and carrots in special vinegar brewed with soy sauce, sugar and sweet rice wine); Kiriboshi Daikon (dried Japanese radish strips); Ebi-no Sunomono; Tori no Nanbanzuke; and Tsukemono Moriwase, among others.
Cooked until just tender, this Japanese radish tasted powerfully of itself, was nicely seasoned with what looked like a Togarishi spice mix and came with coriander oil, sliced raw radishes and pomegranate seeds.
My favourites, I think, were the super-crisp Japanese radish, a triumph of texture with a light delicate flavour.
- In open-air fields: cabbage, daikon (Japanese radish) other leafy and root vegetables
Oriental radish (to which Chinese radish, Japanese radish and mooli belong) is crisp with a mild flavour.
They started to became sick last week after eating lunch of miso soup, salad and Japanese radish with minced meat.
The lunches included potato miso soup, komatsuna leaf salad and Japanese radish with ground meat, the officials said.
I had some - for professional reasons - and it ticked as many boxes as cabbage can, but the salmon with pink peppercorns on a bed of pulped daikon (Japanese radish) I had was really excellent.
At the Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, prices of some vegetables have been on the rise for about two weeks, with the weekly average for the July 9-15 period coming to 2,037 yen per 5 kilograms of green onion and 1,050 yen per 10 kg of Japanese radish, both up more than 20 percent from the previous week.
The more difficult one is to clean and put them in a bath of finely grated daikon ( Japanese radish) and knead them using fingers.

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