Fall Cooking: Radish Pickles

Radish is a healing food that supports healthy Lung and Stomach function. When you eat purple radish, your Kidney also gets a benefit. As Fall is the season when Lung energy is dominant, radishes are especially effective during the Fall season. However, radish can be eaten year-round for ultimate support.

In this recipe, the sweet and sour flavoring adds another layer of energetic support. Anything pickled boosts Liver function. So, in this one tasty snack, you are nourishing your entire body on a deeper level.

Sweet and Sour Radish Pickles

1 purple or Daikon radish
2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
2 teaspoons organic sugar
3/4 teaspoon mushroom seasoning
1 teaspoon salt
dash hot sauce, optional
2 Tablespoons red or apple cider vinegar
Peel the radish and cut into quarters. Then chop it into thin slices. Place the sliced radish in a bowl that has a fitted lid.
Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl. Close the lid tightly and shake until all of the ingredients are incorporated and the radish is coated.
Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes to allow the flavors to mix.


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