|Balsamic Vinegar Cookbook|
|by Meesha Halm|
An estimated 1.75 million liters of commercial balsamic vinegar and 1,760 liters of traditional balsamic vinegar are sold annually.
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Wash collards and cut off ... flakes, sugar and vinegar. Continue cooking ... all types of greens: kale, collards, ... used to cook and flavor the greens.
1. Wash collard leaves well under ... 30 minutes until greens are tender. (Cooking ... with pepper and vinegar. Place in ... 1 3/4 pounds trimmed leaves.
Drain beans. Place in saucepan with water to cover. Bring to boil, lower heat and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Drain soaked meats. Place tongue and ...
Strip leaves off ... stems of the greens. Set aside. ... either sugar or vinegar sprinkled over the ... careful that pesticides have not been used on them.
Wash greens in cold water. ... with enough water to cover greens and ham hocks. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 2 hours, stirring occasionally.
In microwaveable, covered ... minute. Cram in greens (they will cook ... dish occasionally. Add vinegar and seasonings. Stir. ... again after 3 minutes.
Prep time: 10 ... large saucepan. Add collard greens, return to ... occasionally, 2 to 3 minutes. Add vinegar. Toss and serve immediately. Makes 6 servings.
Combine bones, water ... 1 cup. Add greens and cook 1 ... oil, sugar and vinegar just before serving. ... Each serving equals approximately 70 calories.
Snap off the stem of each collard. Wash collars thoroughly. Roll several green collars together then ... Put your collard greens into the pot. ... with the cooking oil!
Clean collars thoroughly ... (or use frozen collards). Saute 2-3 ... Add 2 tablespoons vinegar. Add 2 ... necessary). Add 1/2 cup water, cover. Cook 15 minutes.
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