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Recipes & Nutrition Analysis for Collard Greens

While, traditionally, collard greens were slow cooked with pork, there are endless ways to prepare them.

Tips:

When selecting collard greens, choose bunches with dark green leaves. Avoid those that are yellowing, wilted or bruised.

Collard greens can be stored inside a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

ref: Fruits and Veggies More Matter

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Sauteed Greens & Leeks

Onions, leeks, and garlic spice up the big, beautiful leaves of collards greens in this quick sauté. You can substitute colloard greens with kales or chards too.

Recipe courtesy of FareStart - FareStart prepares fresh, local, and seasonal food in their dedicated kitchen and provides nutritious, quality meals to local childcare centers and schools.

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