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WHAT ARE COLLARD GREENS?
Collard greens are a member of the cabbage family; A dark, leafy Southern delicacy most like kale, spinach and mustard greens. They are available year-round, but are at their best between January and April.
They are a tradition at New Year's - considered 'lucky' for it's resemblance to folded money. Eating collard greens on New Year's is said to bring prosperity in the year ahead!
Traditionally collard greens are boiled or simmered with a piece of salt pork or ham hock for anywhere from 2 - 4 hours.
With a 10-minute prep and 40-minute, no fuss cook-time, you'll get your day back!
Collard greens are rich in fiber, iron, and Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, among other nutrients. These vitamins and minerals are necessary for a healthy body.