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Collard Green. Cook same as Chards?

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Todd wrote:
Collard Green. Cook same as Chards?


Pretty much, but usually longer. Cooking them with a little bacon (and the
bacon fat) makes them even tastier, as does adding a little vinegar.

Like this: http://penandfork.com/recipes/how-to...ollard-greens/

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On 03/23/2013 12:53 AM, Nick Cramer wrote:
Todd wrote:
Collard Green. Cook same as Chards?


Pretty much, but usually longer. Cooking them with a little bacon (and the
bacon fat) makes them even tastier, as does adding a little vinegar.

Like this: http://penandfork.com/recipes/how-to...ollard-greens/



Thank you!

Collards are the most tasty of greens. Probably
a learned thing.

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