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Red Radish, Organic - bunched


1 lb

Red radishes are a versatile ingredient that can be sliced, diced, or chopped into an assortment of filling meals.

When sliced, they can be displayed on veggie platters, or added to salads or avocado toast! Even the greens can be sautéed and eaten!

Root Down Farm

Root Down Farm is a family owned farm run by Steve and Erin Blabac located near the heart of Clarence Center. Started in the spring of 2011 to support 50 CSA shares, it has grown to serve 300 members and FreshFix customers! The farm consists of leased land throughout the town of Clarence; some of which is protected by the Western New York Land Conservancy.

All of Root Down crops are grown without the use of conventional, synthetic or artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. The farm grows many varieties of vegetables, using a careful rotation of crops to help mitigate pests and disease. The farm also strives to minimize its dependency on natural resources by converting a cultivating tractor to an electric motor and using drip irrigation.

To preserve your radishes, trim them to remove their roots and leaves. When storing, do not wash until ready to consume, too much extra moisture will cause your radishes to spoil faster. Then place radishes in a paper towel and put them in a plastic storage bag. Be sure to remove all the air, seal, and place in crisper drawer of the refrigerator. This will allow your radishes to last for up to two weeks. 

FreshFix Tip:  You can store roots and leaves in a plastic bag with a paper towel and place in the crisper drawer too. To save prep time you can wash, and store cut radishes the same way as the above but, they will only last for a couple of days when preserving this way. 

OTHER Cooking Ideas:

  • Grilled, sautéed or oven-roasted with a little olive oil and a sprinkle of salt.

  • Pickled or sliced thin on top of a spicy taco.

  • Inside a whole wheat veggie wrap with greens, carrots, herbs, cheese, avocado or other favorite veggies.

  • Mixed into coleslaw or tuna salad for a crunchy kick.

  • Made into a dip! Blend minced garlic and radishes with cream cheese. Serve chilled with carrot sticks, celery, broccoli, or other veggies.

  • Dip them! Slice radishes in half and dip into ricotta cheese for a healthy snack.

  • Toss the green tops into salads, soups, stews and curries in place of other greens.

  • Raw, thinly sliced with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkled with salt.

Red radishes are a fantastic source of fiber that can aid with digestion. Also, their vitamin C content can help with reducing inflammation. Lastly, the roots are edible and contain potassium, calcium, magnesium, folate, copper, zinc, and vitamins E, K, and B. So, when preparing your meals, be sure to incorporate the roots as much as possible so you do not miss out on all of the nutrient benefits. 

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