Veggie Type: Root
Season: Can be found year-round
Peak months: February-April
Uses: Mu/Korean radishes look a lot like daikon radishes, but they are not the same thing. Korean radishes are shorter and heartier in flavor, with a green tint that distinguishes them from their Japanese cousins. Try them pickled, steamed, or prepared in a soup! In general, you can substitute mu radishes in for daikon radishes in most recipes, but expect your final product to be spicier.