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1 cup (tightly packed) dried daikon
1 carrot, slivered
1 dried red chili pepper, seeded & minced (optional)
1 cup brown rice vinegar
1 cup mirin
3 tablespoons shoyu

Soak the dried daikon in lukewarm water 30-60 minutes. Remove, squeeze out excess water, and chop in 1-inch pieces. Mix with slivered carrot and place in a small bowl. Combine red pepper, vinegar, mirin and shoyu in a saucepan and boil 1 minute (no longer). Immediately pour over vegetables. To keep vegetables submerged, place a drop-lid such as a wide-mouth jar lid or small plate in the bowl and put a light weight such as an empty jar on top. The weight need only be enough to keep vegetables covered with liquid. Cover the bowl with a towel to keep heat in as long as possible, but allow steam to escape. These pickles will be ready to eat in half a day and will keep well in the refrigerator if stored in a jar or other covered container.

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