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Definition of the noun daikon

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noun - plural: daikons

  1. radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked

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  1. A white, large cultivar of radish, Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus, used in the cuisines of Japan, China, and Korea.


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Google previewMoosewood Restaurant Daily Special (2015)

More Than 275 Recipes for Soups, Stews, Salads & Extras by Moosewood Collective

Daikon is an aid to digestion and a tenderizer of other foods. It usually accompanies oily dishes, either grated or pickled. It is crisp, mildly spicy, and refreshing, and it absorbs strong flavors, adding lift without being intrusive. Grated daikon is a ...

Google previewAsia and the Americas (1918)

Daikon is a big Japanese radish and now famous because of its high price. Oka- han...

Google previewAsia (1918)

Journal of the American Asiatic Association

Daikon is a big Japanese radish and now famous because of its high price. Oka- han...

Google previewThe Balanced Plate (2006)

The Essential Elements of Whole Foods and Good Health by Renée Loux

Daikon is a generous variety of radish with firm, white flesh and a characteristically spicy flavor. It's prized for its cleansing and stimulating properties. Small, red-skinned radishes may be used, though daikon is the best for this tonic. Carrot may ...

Google previewThe Burn (2014)

Why Your Scale Is Stuck and What to Eat About It by Haylie Pomroy

|-Burn Targeted Nutrition: Daikon Daikon means"great root" in Japanese. It is also sometimes called white radish. Daikon is a common hangover remedy because it has strong diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties. One of these veggies ...

Google previewThe Cambridge world history of food. 2 (2000) (2001)

by Kenneth F. Kiple

Daikon is the Japanese name for this type of radish, which is called mooli in India and the West Indies. The daikon is an ancient vegetable that is grown throughout Asia but is probably most appreciated in Japan, China, and Korea. It has a ...

Google previewGlimpses of Life in Far Off Lands (1896)

by Francis Edward Clark

The daikon is a sort of radish, and is of two varieties, one very long, sometimes nearly two feet in length and six inches through, while the other specimen looks like a turnip of gigantic proportions. How it tastes we shall find out when we come ...

Google previewPROPEL: An Approach Supporting User Guidance in Developing ...

Daikon is a statistical machine-learning approach that as- sumes perfect execution traces and thus cannot guarantee soundness by itself, although the inferred invariants have been used as input to a static analyzer [209], as a means of ...

Google previewChinhominey's Secret (2001)

A Novel by Nancy Kim

daikon dahty — daikon is a large radish shaped like a tree trunk. Daikon dahty is a derogatory ...

Google previewGardening in Your Greenhouse (1998)

by Mark Freeman

Daikon is a Japanese white radish that can grow more than 8 inches long and is often cooked; Lo Bok is a similar Chinese radish. Daikon is hotter by far than Lo Bok and may not do as well in the greenhouse under lowlight conditions. Turnips ...

Google previewThe Deerholme Vegetable Cookbook (2015)

by Bill Jones, William Allen Jones

Daikon refers to a whole range of large, cylindrical, white radishes originally from Asia. Some varieties, like Sakurajima, are spicy-hot; others, like the Masato, are mild and juicy. Daikon is often eaten raw, pickled, and cooked in a wide array of ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Asian Cooking (2002)

by Annie Wong, Jeffrey Yarbrough

Orient Expressions t Daikon is the long Japanese radish that can grow in excess of a foot. The simplest way to serve it is to julienne it. Sushi can be classified into four categories. The most common sushi that novices start out with is the maki, ...

Google previewScientific American (1918)

The Daikon is a Japanese it that is used as a vegetable, or as go for animals. It is described and atrated in this issue. The article on ' Invasion of the Trenches by Rats is eluded. “La Guerre Pour Le Minerai Fer," is what a French paper calls the ...

Google previewWide Awake (1885)

The daikon is a vegetable somewhat resembling a radish. It grows to an enormous size. Indeed it is a common saying among vegetable-growers that one daikzm grown in the province of Owari, takes two men to carry it, and that two Satsuma ...

Google previewVegetable Literacy (2013)

Cooking and Gardening with Twelve Families from the Edible Plant Kingdom, with over 300 Deliciously Simple Recipes by Deborah Madison

Daikon is an exceptionally long root with attractive, smooth flesh. These white radishes are used in many Asian countries. The leaves, are aggressively strong. The roots can be pickled, shaved, ...

Google previewThe Aphrodisiac Encyclopaedia (2012)

A Compendium of Culinary Come-ons by Mark Douglas Hill

Watermelon : 1 tbsp diced watermelon Daikon : 1 tbsp diced daikon (see below) Ginger root : 1 tsp finely chopped Fresh coriander : 1 tsp finely chopped Mirin : 75 ml ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Sushi Rolls (2001)

by Ken Kawasumi

Miso Cucumber Daikon Pickles Chinese Pickles Nori Tsukudani Beef Tongue Chinese Chicken 1. Boil. (for 1 roll) 1-2 tsp tonburi 1 green shiso leaf Shaved bonito 2 oz (60 g) sushi rice (p. 9) sheet roasted nori Freshly ...

Google previewThe Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2014)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

US, 1948 Dagwood dog noun a deep-fried battered frankfurter on astick AUSTRALIA, 2003 daikon legs noun short, pale and fat legs. Hawaiian youth usage.

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

rice cooked in the strained cooking liquor with chopped sweet green peppers, mixed with the meat and lightly vinegared; see also kissella dahorp dat (Jal see red sea hream dai choy goh (Chl Agaragar daidai (Jal Seville orange daikon (Jal ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Healing Foods (2010)

by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno

Daikon and lo bok radishes can be cut into chunks and used like turnips to flavor vegetable soups and stews and to provide a pungent contrast to sweet carrots and bland potatoes. Julienne strips of these Asian radishes can also be used to ...

Google previewThe New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2015)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

2003 daikon legs ...

Google previewNatural Healing Encyclopedia: Unlock the Mysteries of Natural Healing Remedies (2015)

by Jordan Dixon

Here are the foods recommended for your allergies and health, Leeks, green onions, Daikon, dark green leaves, Radish, beans, seaweeds, potatoes, sweet potatoes. * Potatoes have a lot of Vitamin C and calcium . * Leeks and green onions ...

Google previewDa Kine Dictionary (2005)

Da Hawai'i Community Pidgin Dictionary Projeck by Lee A. Tonouchi

Bev Ikari-Baker, Farrington 1965 daikon legs Legs das shaped like the turnip, short and stubby. The Japanese girl get daikon legs. Yoshio Hino, McKinley 1948 das fo kracks Ho, due to committing ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Hong Kong English (2011)

Words from the Fragrant Harbor by Patrick J. Cummings, Hans-Georg Wolf

Definition: a large white (daikon) radish of the species, Raphanus sativus subsp. Longipinnatus and not a conventional turnip, which would be of the species Brass/ca rapa var. rapa. Text example: “Ingredients: Soba [buckwheat noodles] 200 g ...

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2017)

by Dolf De Rovira, Sr.

DaikonDaikon is also known as mooli or Japanese radish. It is a white ...

Google previewDictionary of Plant Breeding, Second Edition (2009)

by Rolf H. J. Schlegel

pg bot agr hana-daikon (syn hana- daikon oh-araseitô syn hiroha-hana-daikon): Native to Asian temperate zone, ...

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Daikon Meaning

Video shows what daikon means. An East Asian cultivar or subspecies of radish (Raphanus sativus) bearing a large, white, carrot-shaped taproot consumed ...

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Scrabble value of D2A1I1K5O1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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