What does a Korean radish look like?
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Likewise, people ask, is Korean radish the same as daikon?
Compared to a Western radish, a Korean radish is generally much longer and bigger. Mu is white throughout, except where it becomes slightly green toward the top or stem. Its also slightly green toward the top, whereas daikon is white throughout. Its texture is denser than daikon, and its flavor is stronger.
Also, how long does Korean radish last? about 2 weeks
Also asked, what is Korean radish called?
mu. IPA. [mu] Mu or Korean radish is a variety of white radish with a firm crunchy texture. Although mu (?) is also a generic term for radishes in Korean (as daikon is a generic term for radishes in Japanese), the word is usually used in its narrow sense, referring to the Joseon radish (???, Joseonmu).
How do you pick Korean radishes?
Good Korean radishes are firm and the skin is a little shiny, without any scratches. The tops are pale green halfway down and fade to cream. It's a varietal of the Daikon radish but it's it's shorter, fatter, and heavier, the flesh denser and the leaves a lot smoother.