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Daikon Radish

The daikon radish root.

  • Radishes are bright red, with a crisp white center and a fresh peppery taste. - 509
  • Vegetables are perishable and should be eaten soon after harvest. - 674
  • Vegetables may be raw or cooked; fresh, frozen, canned, or dried / dehydrated. - 729
  • Always wash your vegetables under running water before eating or cooking them. - 730
  Key words: Chinese, Daikon, Daikon-Radish, Radish, Root, Vegetable  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is a vegetable?
  Answer: Vegetables are any part of a plant that is grown for food. - 75

Question: What parts of plants are used for vegetables?
  Answer: Vegetables may include: Leaf, Root, Stalk, or Flower. - 76

  External related links to the world ...  

USDA's MyPlate
 USDA's MyPlate is the home page for the USDA's MyPlate -- the federal government's nutrition education and guidance. - 1089
How to grow vegetables.
 How to grow vegetables.

 Information on Vegetable gardening. Clyde's Garden Planner is a handy, easy to use vegetable gardening slide chart for the home vegetable gardener. - 1090

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