collards


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Synonyms for collards

kale that has smooth leaves

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Initial reports revealed significant damage at Collards Creek Bridge and minor damage at Poor Man s Gully on the Burnett Highway, south of Biloela.
Since legumes fix nitrogen in the soil, and green peas and snap beans will vacate their rows before mid-summer, I pencil in mustard, turnips, collards, and kale for the same rows.
The moths can't resist the collards when planted completely around the edge of cabbage fields, a strategy called trap cropping.
To prepare collards, most cooks wash the leaves and boil them in salt water to which a few pieces of fat pork have been added for seasoning.
There's also a version of kitfo priced at $1 extra that comes mixed with the most popular vegetable of Ethiopia, steamed, spicy collard greens (yehabesha gomen) and cheese.
Del Monte now packages pre-cut, pre-washed Collards, Kale, Mustard, and Turnip Greens in handy plastic bags.
Nutrition tables always list a cup of collards as being an excellent source of calcium with about 30 percent of the RDA.
Sensitive plants would obviously not survive, but collards and greens have survived down to 10 degrees, he said.
Lentils(*) 180 Pinto beans(*) or chickpeas(*) 145 Okra, frozen(*) 135 Spinach* 130 Red kidney beans(*) 115 Asparagus* (5spears) 110 Orange juice (1 cup) 110 Spinach, raw (1 cup) 110 1/2 cup, unless specified) (mcg) Mostbreak fast cereals(1 cup) 100 Wheat germ, toasted (1/4 cup) 100 Romaine lettuce, shredded (1 c) 75 Collards, frozen(*) 65 Split peas(*) 65 Green peas(*) 50 Beets(*) or parsnips(*) 45 Brussels sprouts(*) 45 Broccoli(*) 40 Orange 1) 40 Peanuts, dry roasted (1 oz.
Spinach, collards, kale, dandelion greens, mustard greens, and Swiss chard are the decathletes of the vegetable kingdom.
The only foods that even come close: spinach, collards, and some other sister greens.
stirring frequently, until the collards are bright green and just
collards (with enough water to cover) to a boil in a large Dutch
But the complex came back on the market, the Collards put in an offer, it was accepted and the transaction has now gone through.
The Collard Patch: Collard Country Cookbook and Reader, Collards and Cornbread Y'all Will Love" is the cooperative work of Mary Lou Cheatham and Paul Elliot.