Collard Greens (bunch)

$2.00

Collards have dark green, fanlike leaves with tough stems. They’re a member of the same group of plants that includes kale, turnips, and mustard greens. Likewise, they share many of the same characteristics and are often prepared interchangeably or in the same ways (at least in the southern U.S., where they’re most popular) and with similar ingredients. Collards do well in dishes that require low, slow cooking such as simmering, braising, or steaming, with ham, beans, okra, and so forth.

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Collars share many of the same characteristics as kale and are often prepared interchangeably or in the same ways (at least in the southern U.S., where they’re most popular) and with similar ingredients. Collards do well in dishes that require low, slow cooking such as simmering, braising, or steaming, with ham, beans, okra, and so forth.