ramolaz nero

/rah-MOH-latz NEH-roh/

Black radish. A root vegetable with crisp white flesh and a coarse black skin used in northern and eastern Europe rather like horseradish, grated into sauces, or in the same way as ordinary radishes, in salads, soups and stir-fries. It can be quite bitter and certainly hot.

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