Korean Radish or Daikon Substitute

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    CynthiaH
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    Hi, everyone,

    Is there a Vietnamese vegetable that is comparable to the Korean radish or daikon? We live near many Vietnamese grocery stores and I am always wondering if they have a vegetable that would work in place of radish. Just throwing it out there… Thank you!

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    yvonne84
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    My experience with large radish varieties is that they all taste generally the same, some might be more spicy then others but the difference is small.

    Our asian supermarket stocks a variety of radishes; korean radish (moo), japanese daikon, chinese green radish, and chinese white radish (lor pak).

    I’ve cooked with them and pickled them, and they all generally give the same end-result.

    White radish is called củ cải trắng in vietnamese, and reading this article on asian radishes will clear some doubts away http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daikon

    good luck!

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    CynthiaH
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    Thank you, Yvonne! I may ask for cu cai trang next time I go.

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