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Collard and other greens appear in many soul food dishes and are an important ingredient to southern cooking where they're eaten year-round.

Collard green are favored for both their flavor and nutrition value. Collards are great sources of vitamin C, fiber and contain several nutrients many believe help fight cancer including diindolylmethane and sulforaphane.

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Escarole

Used fresh in salads, good quality escarole has bright and fairly even-colored green leaves. Avoid product that has dark-green patches of slime or (...)

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Fresh Produce for Tasty Resolutions

Resolutions arrive with the new year, but the diet versions don’t have to include only carrots and celery. Although these items are healthy (...)

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Locally Grown Is Complex

Friday, October 11, 2013

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