|The Green Tea Book|
|by Victoria Toews|
Discover the ancient Chinese secret to a long, healthy life-with just three cups of green tea per day.
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Put ham hocks ... apart, separate the collard green leaves and rinse ... heat until the greens are tender. Serve ... this recipe once the ham is removed.
Wash collards and cut off ... all types of greens: kale, collards, ... crispy in olive oil; the drippings can then be used to cook and flavor the greens.
Fill a large ... cook pick your greens by removing the ... add your seasoning to taste. DONT FORGET TO MAKE SOME CORNBREAD TO GO ALONG WITH THOSE GREENS
Wash fresh pigtails ... to prepare your greens. I handpick ... I add my collards and two more ... tenderness and now they are ready to eat! . LISA CROCKETT
Cut bottom stalk from greens. Chop greens ... add more. Add collards by hand full; ... over-do the baking soda. And don't forget the cornbread... . Gigi
Boil salt pork in water 15 minutes. Wash collards, put in ... hour in winter. Take greens out when tender. Drain and chop vegetable with vegetable chopper.
Break off and discard stems of collards. Wash leaves ... inch strips. Blanch greens in boiling water ... tender. Stir in a pinch of nutmeg. Yield: 6 servings.
Be careful and ... Inspect and wash greens well. Snip off ... an hour. Add collards to boiling water. ... hot sauce when serving. Serve with corn bread.
Put on your ... Cut up your collard greens and add your ... bacon drippings. Cook the cabbage and collards together. You will love the taste of these greens.
Clean collard greens well. Cut fat ... collard greens and pork. Simmer all day. Add salt to taste and serve. Cabbage may be substituted for the collard greens.
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