Pickled carrots and daikon, Vietnam’s equivalent to bread and butter pickles. I can just eat these babies plain with a small bowl of rice, and in fact I have. I prefer to eat omnivore-light; and for those who’ve never heard the term, it means I’m not exactly a vegetarian, but I try to cut out meat when I can, and let me tell you, pickled carrots and daikon make for a great vegetarian snack! These lightly pickled and julienned veggies can be added to almost anything! It’s perfect if you need a sweet and yet slightly sour crunch to your dish. It’s generally used in banh mi sandwiches, dry noodle bowls, meat and rice plates, spring rolls, and many more delectable dishes.