French breakfast radishes are long, rosy-colored radishes tipped with white at the root end. But why do we call them 'breakfast' radish? The exact reason is unclear. Their name has nothing to do with the French (or any other country) having them for breakfast. The origin of its name most likely lies in the fact that the Victorians liked to eat them with their breakfast- or afternoon tea. The Victorians considered these radishes as French, because of the fact that French adore them. They became known as those nice 'French' radishes that you ate while you were sipping your English breakfast tea.
Breakfast radishes are known for their crisp texture and mild to delicate sweet flavor.
There are three packagings available at BE Fresh:
Breakfast Radish x10 bunches
Breakfast Radish x15 bunches (mini)
Breakfast Radish flowpack 12x150 grams