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Radish

[ˈradiSH]

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Stores [stôr]

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1. Sow the radish seeds thinly
2. I decided radish had better go boating
3. I don't think I've ever seen radish so excited
4. The garden would be fairyland for radish
5. radish and I grin at each other
6. I leant against the mulberry tree clutching radish in my fist and had a bit of a cry there
7. Continue to sow salads like lettuce radish and spring onion for cropping in late summer
8. He tucks me up and he tucks radish up too and he kisses both our noses which makes me giggle again
9. I get in the bath and radish gets in with me and floats about as merry as a little duck
10. “A Bird of Paradise” Green radish carrot pumpkin
11. Evening: boil shredded radish carp balls [sentencedictcom] millet gruel
12. "White Roses" Radish vegetable marrow greens All is edible
13. This radish has gone spongy
14. A radish stuck out of the shopping basket
15. Grandpa: We can now enjoy this radish for dinner
16. The radish has turned spongy
17. "White Roses" Radish vegetable marrow greens
18. Seedlings of parsnip carrot beetroot and radish must fight off slugs and weeds also need checking hoeing them as they grow to leave the pests nowhere to hide
19. In some places we have to put radish lotus root cockscomb soybean shoot a class for materials with local characteristics
20. People in Shandong province like eating radish as fruit from long ago
21. Serve the Oriental Beef on a bed of lettuce on large platters and garnish with spring onions and radish waterlilies
22. She even let me pretend it was lettuce-flavoured so that radish could wade through this wonderland and get her paws all sticky
23. The extract is bitter but tolerable and the root has the taste of a radish past its prime
24. Plump red tomatoes crisp green salads fresh with the bite of radish spring onion and a trickle of salad dressing
25. But this lady saw me fiddling about in my pocket and she got a glimpse of radish
26. The song is spirited you looked that the old lady the girl the small tabby cat the small yellow dog they help the child to pull out the radish one all full of energy
27. Although vegetable polyploid breeding has a history of years until now only a few polyploidy varieties of watermelon radish cabbage and potato are used in vegetable production
28. The sprouting of new leaves growth of roots weight loss hollowing and decay which are major problems during storage of radish have adverse effects on the edibility and processing of radishes
29. 10 Ways to Use Radishes Radishes are at their sweet-and-crunchy best come spring. Trendy with chefs and cookbook authors right now, this inexpensive and delicious vegetable is often overlooked by
30. These crispy savory cakes are a unique and tasty way to enjoy daikon radish. Like an Asian twist on a modified latke recipe. If you like spiciness and the bitter taste of radish, you'll love this recipe. If not, give it a try anyway, dipped in ketchup, sour cream, miso mayo, jam, or whatever floats your boat.
31. radish is used for stomach and intestinal disorders, liver problems, bile duct problems, gallstones, loss of appetite, bronchitis, fever, colds, and cough. It is also used for high cholesterol. How
32. Crisp, peppery radishes add instant zing to any dish, whether sliced raw as a garnish, added to salads, or served as a side.
33. From vibrant watermelon to spicy black Spanish, there’s something for everyone. (3) Name a more versatile veg. They have a reputation for going raw or pickled, but cooked radishes are sweet and
34. Crunchy, zingy, peppery--and taking on starring roles in dishes across the U.S., like Nomad' s famous Butter Radishes (coated in butter, served with fleur de sel, and pictured above)--radishes have
35. OK, we lied: this radish recipe is even easier! Here’s a traditional elegant French snack: radishes with butter and salt. Use the highest quality butter to make the radishes shine! The balance of the creamy butter, peppery radish, and hint of sea salt are the epitome of simple elegance. No wonder the French have been eating it for years!
36. radish leaves are delicious stir fried with garlic, olive oil, and/or butter and served as a side dish to any meal. Treat them just as you would spinach or Swiss chard. I like to chop up the radish roots and stir fry them with olive oil, onions, and garlic, then throw in the radish greens and sautee until they are wilted.
37. radish is the brand new mobile app for serialized fiction, bringing you early access to stories from top writers. Read great stories on the go!
38. Like spinach, chopped radish greens can be sauteed in oil over medium heat, for a simple side dish. Garlic or bacon pieces add extra flavor. Or use radish greens as just one ingredient in a saute or stir-fry with other vegetables, and perhaps sliced chicken or seafood chunks.
39. Radishes are not well-studied for conventional medicinal use. Most studies have been done on animals, not humans. Even so, radishes have been used as a folk remedy for centuries. They are used in
40. When I make radish green pesto, I use a 50/50 blend of radish leaves and basil to create a fresh, peppery flavor. Here are some of my favorite ways to use it: Toss it with fresh or dry pasta to make my Easy Pesto Pasta. Slather it onto crusty bread.
41. Daikon radish Recipes Raw daikon root, leaves, and sprouts are used in salads and as a garnish. The radish is frequently used to make crisp and lightly spicy pickles, including Japanese takuan and bettarazuke. Grated and pickled with carrot, daikon is a common topping for Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches.
42. Here are several recipes that make use of radish leaves. radish Top Soup – This is the recipe I used for that first foray into eating radish tops. Mixed with potatoes and topped with sliced
43. Grate daikon radish and your favorite roots, then wrap up in rice paper. Dip in your favorite sauce. Stew. A somewhat traditional option, try adding big chunks of dakion radish to hearty stews. Try our Beef Stew with Red Wine & Herbs or Beet Bourguignon. If you have a favorite Asian soup recipe, add it to that.
44. Grating a whole bunch of radish for a delicious radish salad was something I discovered last summer and enjoyed making many versions throughout the spring and fall. I knew how to use radish as a garnish for a salad but I didn’t really have a favorite way to use it or know how to use radish in quantity.
45. The ancient Egyptians used radish seed oil long before olive oil was first produced. Another mustardy taste sensation is provided by the Japanese daikon, or white radish, which can be sown in both Spring and Autumn in this area. Place a mound of daikon on the back edge of the banana leaf and lay three slices of red radish next to it.
46. Crunchy, spicy, and not too shabby to look at, radishes are great on their own. But these 10 recipes help you put the radishes to work in salads, tacos, and more.

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