INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT RADISHES




Radishes contain vitamin C, potassium and other trace minerals.

Radishes have antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.>BR>

They are a member of the cabbage family.

The most commonly found radishes are the small, round, Cherry Belle, the Red Globe radish, or, the white carrot shaped variety known as Daikon.

The red globe radish, can be served as hors d'oeuvres, to complement a salad or add to sandwiches. They are often used as a garnish, adding a peppery hot flavor.

Spring radishes are somewhat milder and are often enjoyed in foods as an ingredient or as a garnish.

Winter varieties are often used as a garnish for with dishes such as fish and poultry, or, sautéed and braised then served as a vegetable dish, or diced and added to soups and stews.



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This information is not designed as or intended to be used as medical diagnosis or advice. Patients should consult their physicians about diagnosis and treatment.