What Can You Do With a Daikon Radish?

In the early spring I planted daikon radishes. They are lovely in the garden with their large leaves. These are radishes typically used in Japanese cooking. The root is narrow and white with a hint of green at the top. The taste is like a radish or turnip and they can be eaten raw, shredded in salads or sliced for quick cooking stir fries. Today, lest they grow enormous I will use some for lunch. My red mustard is also growing in abundance.