Do you have any amazing ways to use up lots of greens (in particular daikon greens), ? I've got the tops from about 30 daikon waiting to be cooked or otherwise preserved.
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You could treat them like collards or chard and saute them with garlic. There are lots of recipes for greens here on the site. (It was the subject of a contest last year.) Here's a recipe from 101cookbooks: http://www.101cookbooks...
and if you want to search this site for greens, here's the link:
I don't know what daikon greens taste like, but a good use for a large amount of greens is to cook them down and use them as part of a filling for a tart, maybe with some ricotta cheese and any other ingredients that would pair well.
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