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THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR GROWING RADISHES!
Mike writes: Japanese radish (called daikon) grown in a boot. In English we call thin female legs without contour, piano legs. The Japanese call them daikon ashi, which means radish shaped legs. Growing daikon in a boot creates daiko ashi. JMM SAYS: I EAT SOME EVERY DAY -- THEY'RE THE BEST!

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