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It looks like a large, pale green turnip on the outside. But cut this watermelon radish open and you'll understand the reason for its name. The flesh glows fuchsia and is rimmed with a thin band of white and tinged with green on the outer edges. The visual characteristics become more striking when you splash thin slices with vinegar ― which intensifies the color ― and sprinkle them with black sesame seeds. Watermelon radish adds crunch and mild flavor to salads and sandwiches, delicious pickled too!
Availability: Grown year-round (with intermittent gaps-call sales for current availability)
Product of MX
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