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The BEST cooking method for assertive greens like kale and collards. Renders them tender and tasty.
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An easy way to tame assertive greens - send them to the jacuzzi until they relax. This cooking method preserves nutrients, discards bitterness, brings our flavor.
Stuffed Collard Greens with Tzatziki Sauce
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Greens greens and more greens! We're sporting a vegetarian and non-vegetarian filling for these beauties.
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Dark red, vibrant green and a sprinkle of snow white make this salad dramatic in color. Pretty dramatic in nutritional value as well, watch and listen.
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Watch Cynthia and Steve throw together their favorite salad using wild greens, sweet glazed nuts, dried cranberries and blue cheese topped with a super easy vinaigrette.
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Clear instructions for this useful cooking technique for broccoli, cauliflower and carrots.
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Vegetable Yaki Soba is one of my go-to meals when I can't think of anything to make. It's easy. It's inexpensive. Warm, nourishing garlic ginger broth with simmered vegetables ladled over noodles. Young and old love this one-dish meal. Maybe Doris would like it too.
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Ever wondered what spices and flavorings comprise that sassy New Orleans flavor? We've spelled it out for you in this video. Vegetarians and vegans - replace the shrimp with cooked black-eyed peas (so good!).
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Adding a simple cheddar cheese sauce to blanched vegetables is oh so nice. Let Jane show you how.
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A revitalizing dairy-free soup using fresh, local asparagus, cumin and dill. Perfect for spring.
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Wild rice, local seasonal greens, fennel and red cabbage melded with a clean lemon olive oil dressing makes this a northwest favorite.
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Grill zucchini, portobella mushrooms, eggplant and red pepper. Toss with fresh salad greens, feta and a mustardy sweet dressing for pleasing summer meal.
Our most popular "eat your greens" recipe
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Fresh parsley and garlic ground up with toasty pumpkin seeds make this deceptively simple yet decidedly yummy garnish. The extra layer of flavor and texture makes creamy soups, sandwiches and salads sing.
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Unbelievable news revealed by Ward as Cynthia prepares this savory, mouth-watering salad from one of her favorite cookbooks. Blanched green beans, red onion, sun-dried tomatoes and wild salmon gently poached in aromatics. Try this one!
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The sharp sweet basil salad dressing poured over crisp lettuce, ripe tomatoes, blue cheese, yummy chickpeas and the reliable hard boiled egg make this chop salad win over anybody's taste buds. Vegetarian, gluten-free main dish salad.
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Making your own sauerkraut is easy and rewarding. All you need is a head of cabbage and the inclination to chop and pound. Fermented foods like sauerkraut have shown to be beneficial to health for centuries.
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Hip hip hooray, brightly colored vegetables! Roasting sweet potatoes makes them super sweet. Combining apples and kale is divine. Put them together and what can we say? Fabulous vegetable dish coming your way.
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Stuffed chicken breasts sounds difficult and gourmet - not true. A fantastic way to renovate leftovers like roasted squash and extend a pound of chicken to feed a family. Very pretty morsels too!
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This traditional Thai soup uses coconut milk, lemon grass and fish sauce to form a flavorful base. The ginger garlic influence make it a perfect kill-the-cold soup. A popular family favorite. We also give instructions for how to make this a vegetarian/vegan dish in the recipe. Enjoy!
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Cooked white beans, fresh sage and a touch of tomato paste create the creamy base for this nourishing soup.