ANSWER: Yes, if you grew them yourself.
I love the way French* radishes peek out of the ground, as if to say "Eat me, I'm ready!"
Round radishes don't do that. You have to poke around to check on their size.
The first experiment is over. This is what the mung bean sprouts looked like this morning (day 5):
Not quite what I had in mind: they're skinnier than I'd like, and the leaves are overly developed.
They taste fine, though, and I'm having chow mein for lunch.
Now the goal is to get them fatter and straighter. There's also a way to grow them without those long thready roots.
Back to square 1.
* They may be French (this variety is "French Breakfast"), but the seeds are by McKenzie Seeds, from Manitoba.
** Radishes also make the best sprouts, but you have to buy special sprouting seeds. (Or let a few your own plants go to seed.)