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Very good, very simple. Served this with brown rice and some broiled tofu for a simple and complete vegan dinner that gave me a decent amount of leftovers.

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EmilyStrikesAgain June 19, 2009

I stumbled across this looking for a way to use up leftover kale (which I seem to have constantly). I sprinkled it with fresh lemon juice, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper after cooking. It was delicious! I brought it to work as part of my lunch and it really traveled surprisingly well. Loved the garlic too. I think this might go well tossed together with some brown rice; I intend to try it that way next time. Healthy, tasty and easy: can't beat that!

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SaraStar December 07, 2006

This is my standard go-to kale recipe, and I use it very often. I've also used it with swiss chard and it was delicious.

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Memling April 30, 2006

This was very nice although I did cook the greens a little longer. The garlic was a nice addition. I used chipotle hot sauce which gave it a nice smokey flavor. Thanks Netgirl!

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Sharon123 April 26, 2006

I canned up these greens using more water during the cooking process, and not adding the salt until packing the jars. Added 1/2 tsp to each pint and processed them under pressure of 10 lbs for 70 minutes. Kept aside some of the greens for the family, but had to open a jar since they were so good daughter and I each had to have seconds. Mmmmm Mmmmm good.

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Chabear01 March 12, 2006

Delicious! I accidentally bought collard greens instead of swiss chard (duh!) and am glad I did! As a big Atkins fan, I added 2 tablespoons of butter. 4 minced garlic cloves, s&p. A keep recipe! Thanks!

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debberd2 October 16, 2005

A neighbor gave us a huge amount of baby mustard greens. I had no idea how to use them, so I tried this recipe, I sauted in olive oil and sliced garlic. A little salt and pepper. Very good. Thank you for posting.

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Luv4food May 11, 2005

I found this because I was searching for a way to use kale left over from another recipe. I had never had it before. Loved it. I used a decent amount of sea salt and fresh ground pepper toward the end and topped it with basalmic vinegar. Any flavored vinegar would have been great.

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Keolani February 01, 2005

Pretty good! Simple, but good. I was a little surprised at how much the kale shrank down when cooked. I finished the whole bunch myself!

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Sam Barnum December 02, 2004

I've had various greens cooked this way and it's delicious. Olive oil, garlic and greens - excellent taste and a super healthy side dish. Glad you shared this!

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mermaidmagic September 04, 2004
Greens and Garlic