Spicy Fermented Daikon Radish Threads — 4 Comments

    • Hi Odile. Like some chefs will reduce a sauce to further concentrate flavor, by partially drying the daikon, I’m giving the daikon a chance to absorb more flavor through the fermentation. I’m sure you’d do just fine without partially drying it and you’re right, you’d end up with extra fermented radish water. Either way, I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Thanks for writing.

  1. Daikon radish offers several health benefits. It is low in calories and fat, high in dietary fiber, and a good source of vitamin C. It also contains antioxidants and minerals like potassium, phosphorus, and calcium. Daikon Radish is believed to aid digestion, support the immune system, and promote detoxification.

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