Breakfast radishes are more oval in shape than the common radishes you find at the grocery store. They're that same lovely red with a white tip, and they're often—but not always—a bit more mild, and easier to eat raw. The French are known to eat them with sweet butter and sea salt, or on a baguette.


Comes in a bunch of 7-9 radishes.


Learn more about the variety of vegetables and fruits that Rob and Judy grow by visiting the Simpson Eco Farms blog!

Simpson Eco Farms French Breakfast Radishes



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