Daikon

a member of the turnip family (similar to radish)
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Daikon

A large white radish usually served grated as garnish for Sashimi, soups, and simmered dishes. This radish, which is rich in vitamin C and contains active enzymes, aids digestion.
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Daikon

(Raphanus) Raphanus is the botanical name for the Radish. There are two different types of Radishes; the spring Radish, which is commonly used in salads, and the Oriental or winter Radish, which isn't as well known, but is becoming more popular.…
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Daikon

(Japanese) a member of the turnip family (similar to radish)
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daikon

[n] - radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked
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Daikon

A long, white radish. Besides making a delicious side dish, daikon is a specific aid in dissolving fat and mucus deposits that have accumulated as a result of past animal food in take. Grated daikon aids in the digestion of oily foods.
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daikon

Japanese radish noun radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked
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Daikon

[system] Daikon is a computer program that detects likely invariants of programs. An invariant is a condition that always holds true at certain points in the program. It is mainly used for debugging programs in late development, or checking modifications to existing code. == Properties == Daikon can detect properties in C, C++, Java, Perl, ...
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Daikon

Daikon, also known by many other names depending on context, is a mild-flavored winter radish (Raphanus sativus) usually characterized by fast-growing leaves and a long white {linktext|napiform} root. Originally native to Southeast or continental East Asia, daikon is harvested and consumed throughout the region (as well as in South Asia) but is pr...
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Daikon

A large oriental radish with a sweet, fresh flavor. Can be as fat as a football but is usually 2 to 3 inches in diameter. Use raw in salads, shredded as a garnish or cook in a variety of ways including stir-fry.
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