Collard Greens

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collard greensCollards are a cabbage species, but in the Acephala ("without a head") group. Only since its cultivation in America have Collards been distinguished from Kale – before both had been lumped together since ancient Rome into the vital greens department. These milder and smokier greens are fantastic sautéed in onion, garlic and oil, with a dash of red pepper.

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