The flavor likely varies by the age and type of radish, but we've eaten young French breakfast and Easter egg radish greens, both of which were pleasantly pungent and delicious in a salad. Here are a few other recipes and ways to eat radish tops:
Radish tops don't stay fresh for very long, and it's best separate them from the roots soon after harvesting or bringing them home from the market. Wash and store the leaves like other salad greens and eat them within a day or two.
Do you eat radish greens?
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