Easter Egg Radish
The name Easter Egg Radish is a reference to their globe-like shape and bright color. The radishes can come in white, pink, red, and sometimes even purple, and they do start to look rather like Easter eggs poking up out of the ground as they mature.
Easter Egg radishes are usually eaten raw and add color, crispness and spice to composed salads and appetizers; great with raw or rare fish and seafood.
Wild forms of the radish and its relatives the mustards and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area.
There are a variety of radishes with varying sizes, shapes and flavors in the market.
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