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MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (11,644)
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7/24/14 10:46 P

Blanche and freeze them.

MISSAROSA1 Posts: 2,012
7/23/14 11:20 P

Love them!

SHOTOKIDO SparkPoints: (101,058)
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7/23/14 10:46 P

You can run them through a food processor and add them to soups.

CICELY360 Posts: 4,140
7/23/14 10:07 P

I grew up in the South. You can season them and steam them. You don't have to add the fattening meat like my grandmother, but you can add lean smoked meat.

MISSSVJS SparkPoints: (38,397)
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7/23/14 5:20 P

If the leaves are still pretty small, you can eat them raw in a salad. I just did a search on Allrecipes.com and came up with this list. allrecipes.com/search/default.aspx?ms=0&or
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I've make the Kickin' Collard Greens recipe and it was very good.

PBAILEY06 SparkPoints: (37,628)
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7/23/14 4:01 P

I way over planted collard greens this year. Any thoughts on on good ways to prepare them? I am getting tired of sautéing them.

Thanks in advance

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