collard greens

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Synonyms for collard greens

kale that has smooth leaves


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Collard greens are considered soul food in several regions of the country.
Collard greens and other menu items were served buffet style atop platforms made of tree trunk circles.
Beets have pigments betacyanins (mostly betaine) and betaxanthine; grapes anthocyanins; and collard greens have chlorophyll, lutein and beta-carotene.
Featherweight row cover held aloft with hoops or stakes is the easiest way to protect actively growing kale and collard greens from cabbageworms, harlequin bugs, grasshoppers and other summer insects.
The 5,000-square-foot garden Mattison and the kids tend grows everything from zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, pumpkins and tomatoes to Swiss chard and collard greens, and some of the produce is used in school lunches.
Local farmers offered surplus crops such as collard greens and kale, and federal employees and other community groups picked and packaged them for donation to the Capital Area Food Bank.
The students planted a variety of fruits and vegetables, including collard greens, rhubarb, onions, strawberries, raspberries, and a new addition, a paw paw tree.
Agents served salad, turkey, collard greens, mashed potatoes, gravy and cake for dessert.
Kale and Collard Greens - This recipe comes from a Naturopathic Doctor who teaches how to make the super healthy kale and collard greens really tasty.
A source told Star Magazine: "She has a chef making her fresh green juices of kale, celery, spinach, collard greens and cilantro.
grounds in the string of huts smelling of stale collard greens and the
Excellent sources of lutein include dark, leafy greens such as spinach, kale and collard greens, as well as zucchini, peas, Brussels sprouts, green beans, kiwi and avocado.
Collard greens, fried chicken, corn bread, mac and cheese, sweet potato pie.
Sow seeds of chives, collard greens, dill, fennel, and green onions.