Valley Bounty: Daikon
Not to be confused with its smaller and more colorful cousin, the daikon is a large and relatively mild member of the radish family, with just a hint of spice to complement its dominant sweetness. Sliced into sticks, daikon goes great with dips like hummus or tzatziki. It also lends itself well to pickling: put daikon and carrot stick in a jar with white vinegar, sugar, and water for easy refrigerator pickles.
Valley Bounty is written by Brian Snell
Try this recipe for Daikon-Apple Salad from Red Fire Farm, or these Roasted Daikon Radish and Kale Spring Rolls with Tahini-Honey Dipping Sauce from Mountain View Farm.