Have you ever been conned to eat something you despise, and then actually grown to like it? My list is, or rather used to be, fairly long. And somewhere
right on top was radish, or rather the humble mooli. It would take serious coercion to get me to eat it irrelevant of the various ways it was camouflaged
– in a curry, parathas, dal, or even a salad. Incidentally, there are various kinds of radishes with some growing in spring and summer, and some in winter.
Daikon, the white variety most commonly found in India, is a spring-summer vegetable. The other varieties available in the country are the pink, and sometimes
even the black. Now even though not everyone likes radish, it comes with a host of health benefits.