is a type of white, winter radish that grows primarily in Southeast and East Asia. It is characterized by large. Daikon is also commonly used in diced form as an ingredient in soups, salads, curries, rice dishes, and various condiments, while the leaves are often consumed as a typical green salad vegetable. The juice is most commonly marketed as a healthy beverage for a wide range of conditions.
Nutritional Facts about Daikon:
- Vitamin C, B6
- Potassium, Carbohydrate
- Sodium, Fiber, Phosphorus
- Calcium, Iron and Manganese.
Refrigerator: 3 weeks
Tip: Separate the leaves from the roots before storing them separately in a plastic bag; the leaves will stay fresh for up to 3 days.