Collard Greens

Boiling or steaming collards will preserve the most nutrients.  Pepper and a squeeze of lemon go a long way to brightening the flavor of any green.

Collard greens keep well in the refrigerator


Collard Greens are a member of the same group of plants that includes kale, turnips, and mustard greens. They also share many of the same characteristics and can be prepared interchangeably with similar ingredients.

Collard greens are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium, a rich source of vitamin K, and a good source of iron, vitamin B-6, and magnesium.  They also contain thiamin, niacin, pantothenic acid, and choline.

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0.5 lb, 1 lb, 3.5 lb

How to use

Collard greens keep well in the refrigerator.

Steaming collard greens for 10 minutes or less helps them to retain their nutrients.

Sauté fresh garlic and onions in extra-virgin olive oil until soft, then add collard greens and continue to sauté until they reach the desired tenderness.


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