plug in what you are eating into the tracker and see. if spark doesn't have basic entries for things like daikon, use the usda's database or nutritiondata.self.com
to find what you are using and manually enter it.
odds are if you are using plain ingredients and cooking them without too much oil or soy sauce, you're probably eating pretty well. you likely won't find a lot of those basic asian recipes on weightloss sites. people like to stick with what they know, and the really good, basic asian recipes are pretty out there for people on the standard american diet. most well stocked grocery stores will carry miso soup packets and maybe one kind of miso. my local whole foods carries miso soup packets and cups, and maybe 1-3 kinds of miso paste depending on what else they are stocking. the last time i was in my local asian supermarket the miso section was at least three feet long and two feet tall and probably had at least twenty different kinds of miso. and that's just miso, which is a pretty commonly known and available ingredient. the more likely you are to have to find the ingredient at an asian market, the less likely it is to show up in a common loss website. people like to stick with what they know and too many strange ingredients tends to make most people give up and not bother.
-google first. ask questions later.