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TRILLIANTOO SparkPoints: (40,805)
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3/24/09 9:08 A

I went with about 8 super large leaves, as I can hold way more, and fit way more in a produce bag, than the one tied bunch you see at the store.

I know it's a rough approximation - next time I'm at the store I'll have to weigh them and count them!

CRZYQUILTER Posts: 4,664
3/23/09 7:37 P

I would say as many as I could hold in one hand by the stems.

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3/23/09 5:54 P

Thanks, that helps. I am looking forward to making this later!

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3/23/09 4:23 P

I think 8 or so leaves, if I remember correctly from the last time I bought a bunch.

W00DCHAZ Posts: 271
3/23/09 3:47 P

Whatever would fit in on of those little produce sacks I guess.

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3/23/09 3:31 P

I have a recipe that calls for "one bunch collard greens", well I'm getting my collards from the backyard and don't know how many leaves, oz or grams approximately that is.

It's been so long that we bought "one bunch" I have no idea how much I'm supposed to use.

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