Japanese radish

NOUN
  1. radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked
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How To Use Japanese radish In A Sentence

  • Sow Japanese radishes now for harvesting in early autumn. Times, Sunday Times
  • As of today, May 20, they are able to harvest Japanese radishes, green peas, carrots and honeworts.
  • Sow Japanese radishes now for harvesting in early autumn. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here and there we could see both farmers and military personnel busy gathering Chinese cabbages and Japanese radishes to make the spicy Korean dish of kimchi.
  • There are two important differences between this radish and the common red radish: all parts of the Japanese radish are edible - seeds, leaves, stems and of course, roots; and it is eaten cooked, not raw.
  • Sow Japanese radishes now for harvesting in early autumn. Times, Sunday Times
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