Radishes are edible root vegetables that are either cylindrical or round in shape, with colors ranging from white to red. Newly harvested radishes have a sweet and slightly spicy flavor, while those that have been kept in storage have a bitter tang. The characteristic spicy and bitter taste is perhaps the reason radishes aren’t as popular as other salad or pickling vegetables like cucumbers, for instance. But while packed with goodness, eating these edible roots in moderation is still recommended for a number of reasons.
Read further and discover more about the pros and cons of radishes and why the Superhuman Food Pyramid recommends moderate use of these vegetables.