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Daikon: Unearthing The Radish With Soul

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Daikon: Unearthing The Radish With Soul

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Daikon: Unearthing The Radish With Soul

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You may have noticed a vegetable at your local farmers market that looks kind of like an albino carrot on steroids. It's a daikon radish. Kazu Yoshimoto, who runs a daikon farm in Massachusetts, says that unlike regular radishes, daikon has kick.

Tina Antolini reports from member station from WFCR in Amherst, Mass.

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