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Wonderful recipe! I will have to try it!

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Arthur in the Garden! June 13, 2013

I've been wanting to try making something with daikon when I saw this recipe. It is excellent. I already had 2 1/2 cups of cooked jasmine rice from the other day and, when I couldn't find the seaweed at the grocery store, I just grabbed a seaweed salad from. The sushi counter and rinsed it. It worked, but I think they add food coloring to it and it gave the soup a green tint. It still tasted awesome!

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Mozwhite September 13, 2011

I added 1/4 cup of miso, and a block of hard tofu, cut in cubes. I left out the rice because I prefer to make the rice separately. This was delicious and I'm sure I'll make it again.

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island_kat December 26, 2006

This is a quick feel good stew or in my case hearty soup! I used dried mushrooms broken into pieces and soaked. The wakame after soaking comes to 1 cup. This is good for those with low iron. I skipped the salt used only 2 teaspoons soy and added 1 tablespoon miso paste just before serving. I had left over brown rice and wild rice which I added to individual bowls. This preventing the rice to become to sticky! Roosie I enjoyed this and will be making again! Thanks!

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Rita~ November 22, 2004
Rice Stew With Daikon (Daikon Zosui)