Dinner is not greener on the other side when you’re cooking with collards! So, sauté some collards with Portobello mushrooms and live the high life!
If you are stuck on spinach and broccoli as a side or your main green vegetable, it’s time to shake things up a bit! The next time you are at your local grocery store or farmers market, I challenge you to get some collard greens (if they are in season and preferably organic). They are a wonderful green to get into the mix as they are a great source of vitamin C and soluble fiber and contain multiple nutrients with potent anti-cancer properties. Also, the fibrous texture of collards makes them great for sautéing and being used as a wrap for burgers and other sandwiches. Hopefully, you can make greens part of your weekly rotation of greens; you won’t regret it!