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Kaiware sprouts

Kaiware are sprouted daikon radish seeds. Frequently used in Asian cuisine. Use in salads, sushi and as a garnish. These radish sprouts have a very powerful radish flavor with a real peppery finish. Find them in Asian grocery stores, usally in little clumps with roots attached.
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Substitute for kaiware sprouts

Alfalfa sprouts, radish sprouts


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