I picked a rather large bag of turnip greens this morning. It turned out to be about two and a half quarts for the freezer. I plan to do that every day until they look old and tough. They were really nice today.
When we first married Larry planted some turnip greens. When the leaves were about the size of half dollars, I went out and picked a pot of them. Larry said they weren't big enough, but I assured him Mama said they were best when they were young and tender. They cooked down to about a tablespoon. I learned about young and tender turnip greens.