Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10

Sunday, February 7, 2021

Beautiful red Radish


I just noticed this “pretty” vegetable in the grocery recently. I though the Radishes were fruit, but they are “root” vegetable.


Look like tomatoes in terms of color (red), shape (round or irregular) and size from far distance.


The Radish is one of members from Brassicaceae family, among other vegetables include in this family are:

- kale

- cabbage

- kohlrabi

- Brussels sprout

- mustard

- collard green

- horseradish

- turnip

- rutabaga


Radishes with their leaves


Based on information from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) link (dpi.wi.gov..) that radish was native to China.


In the ancient times, this root plants then distributed to the regions or countries such as:

- Egypt

- Greece

- Rome


Radishes is low calories food, about 19 calories pe cup (128 gram). They are believed rich in:

- vitamin (C and B2)

- minerals (calcium, potassium and manganese)


Many people consume raw radishes by slicing them, and then mix with others vegetable for salad.


Some people cook radishes to lower their hot spicy flavor, so people can eat a lot of this vegetable.


Do you eat radish? Raw or cooked?

31 comments:

  1. We prefer to eat radish with sauce.
    especially pomegranate paste :)

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Beautiful red Radish

      I just noticed this “pretty” vegetable in the grocery recently. I though the Radishes were fruit, but they are “root” vegetable.

      Look like tomatoes in terms of color (red), shape (round or irregular) and size from far distance.

      The Radish is one of members from Brassicaceae family, among other vegetables include in this family are:
      - kale
      - cabbage
      - kohlrabi
      - Brussels sprout
      - mustard
      - collard green
      - horseradish
      - turnip
      - rutabaga

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  2. I have never had them cooked that I know of but do like them in salads

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Radishes with their leaves

      Based on information from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) link (dpi.wi.gov..) that radish was native to China.

      In the ancient times, this root plants then distributed to the regions or countries such as:
      - Egypt
      - Greece
      - Rome

      Radishes is low calories food, about 19 calories pe cup (128 gram). They are believed rich in:
      - vitamin (C and B2)
      - minerals (calcium, potassium and manganese)

      Many people consume raw radishes by slicing them, and then mix with others vegetable for salad.

      Some people cook radishes to lower their hot spicy flavor, so people can eat a lot of this vegetable.

      Do you eat radish? Raw or cooked?

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  4. I do. Great radish salad (pickled) too! But they really don't have that much of a nutrional value. Even so, for those of us who have to stay low on the carbs and the protien..it's something tasty to munch on in salads or just by themselves.

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    1. I just try to love it....

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Beautiful red Radish

      I just noticed this “pretty” vegetable in the grocery recently. I though the Radishes were fruit, but they are “root” vegetable.

      Look like tomatoes in terms of color (red), shape (round or irregular) and size from far distance.

      The Radish is one of members from Brassicaceae family, among other vegetables include in this family are:
      - kale
      - cabbage
      - kohlrabi
      - Brussels sprout
      - mustard
      - collard green
      - horseradish
      - turnip
      - rutabaga

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  6. Radishes are always on our shopping list. My husband loves them - me not too much! He usually has them in his salad. He never had them cooked. When we had our garden they were always the first thing he planted. They were very easy to grow and he was able to get several planting in a season.

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    1. I see ...
      I will try to plant Radishes this spring....

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Radishes with their leaves

      Based on information from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) link (dpi.wi.gov..) that radish was native to China.

      In the ancient times, this root plants then distributed to the regions or countries such as:
      - Egypt
      - Greece
      - Rome

      Radishes is low calories food, about 19 calories pe cup (128 gram). They are believed rich in:
      - vitamin (C and B2)
      - minerals (calcium, potassium and manganese)

      Many people consume raw radishes by slicing them, and then mix with others vegetable for salad.

      Some people cook radishes to lower their hot spicy flavor, so people can eat a lot of this vegetable.

      Do you eat radish? Raw or cooked?

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  7. I only consume raw radish I don't like then it is cooked.

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Beautiful red Radish

      I just noticed this “pretty” vegetable in the grocery recently. I though the Radishes were fruit, but they are “root” vegetable.

      Look like tomatoes in terms of color (red), shape (round or irregular) and size from far distance.

      The Radish is one of members from Brassicaceae family, among other vegetables include in this family are:
      - kale
      - cabbage
      - kohlrabi
      - Brussels sprout
      - mustard
      - collard green
      - horseradish
      - turnip
      - rutabaga

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  8. The radish is so delicious darling
    xx

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  9. I like eating raw radishes, when I was a child I used to eat them as snacks or just as you said, as fruits. Even now, when is their season, I love eating them.

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  10. So delicious post

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Radishes with their leaves

      Based on information from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) link (dpi.wi.gov..) that radish was native to China.

      In the ancient times, this root plants then distributed to the regions or countries such as:
      - Egypt
      - Greece
      - Rome

      Radishes is low calories food, about 19 calories pe cup (128 gram). They are believed rich in:
      - vitamin (C and B2)
      - minerals (calcium, potassium and manganese)

      Many people consume raw radishes by slicing them, and then mix with others vegetable for salad.

      Some people cook radishes to lower their hot spicy flavor, so people can eat a lot of this vegetable.

      Do you eat radish? Raw or cooked?

      Delete
  11. I do! I love them raw. They are so good in salad too!

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  12. I like to mix mine into a salad! 😋

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  13. Very interested article! Thanks for sharing! 😘😘😘

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
      -
      Beautiful red Radish

      I just noticed this “pretty” vegetable in the grocery recently. I though the Radishes were fruit, but they are “root” vegetable.

      Look like tomatoes in terms of color (red), shape (round or irregular) and size from far distance.

      The Radish is one of members from Brassicaceae family, among other vegetables include in this family are:
      - kale
      - cabbage
      - kohlrabi
      - Brussels sprout
      - mustard
      - collard green
      - horseradish
      - turnip
      - rutabaga

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  14. You're right, sometimes it's also good to have a break.

    I love radish, I eat them raw an bread with butter and salt, so delicious <3 =)
    Have a great day too

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  15. I really like radishes ... raw.

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    1. I see....healthy vegetable.

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      Do you Consume Raw Radish? - Food Variety 10
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      Radishes with their leaves

      Based on information from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) link (dpi.wi.gov..) that radish was native to China.

      In the ancient times, this root plants then distributed to the regions or countries such as:
      - Egypt
      - Greece
      - Rome

      Radishes is low calories food, about 19 calories pe cup (128 gram). They are believed rich in:
      - vitamin (C and B2)
      - minerals (calcium, potassium and manganese)

      Many people consume raw radishes by slicing them, and then mix with others vegetable for salad.

      Some people cook radishes to lower their hot spicy flavor, so people can eat a lot of this vegetable.

      Do you eat radish? Raw or cooked?

      Delete
  16. Ti auguro un sereno inizio settimana.

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  17. We plant red radish in our garden and eat it raw. Have a nice weekend.

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