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QUICK-PICKLED DAIKON RADISH SALAD

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Daikon radish is beneficial for the digestive organs, particularly for the Stomach, as it is a root vegetable and is harvested in the Fall season. The vinegar helps to “pickle” the vegetable making it easier to digest, as well as being beneficial for the Liver! Add a spoonful of sesame oil to strengthen the Kidneys.

 2 cups of daikon radish, skin on, julienned
 ½ carrot (for color), peeled, julienned
 1 teaspoon of salt
 1 Tablespoon of sugar
 1 teaspoon of mushroom powder
 6 Tablespoons of cider or rice vinegar
 1-2 Tablespoons of toasted sesame oil
1

Place the julienned radish in a bowl. Add the salt, sugar, and mushroom powder.

2

Use your hands to mix the radish, blending all of the ingredients together.

3

Cover and let marinate for at least 15 minutes. Then drain the water released by the radish.

4

Mix in the vinegar a little at a time, adjusting the amount to your taste.

5

Add the sesame oil and serve.