Radishes are an edible root plant that’s commonly used in cooking in a variety of different cultures and for countless dishes. The plant has a long history and it was used before Roman times. They are mostly eaten raw or as a part of a salad.
There are also numerous varieties of radish that vary in shape, size, color, and usage. Radishes are also commonly grown as cover crops to prepare the soil for the main one and used as extra source of income.
- They made it to England in 1548.
- They were first cultivated in what’s todays US in 1629
- It was used as a source of oil in ancient Egypt.