One green that I don’t think gets enough attention are collard greens which are super nutritious and hold up really well when cooking. I love to saute them up with tamari, sesame oil and garlic. Collard Greens also go really well with walnuts, pecans, white beans and dried cranberries.
Nutritional Benefits: Collard Greens are filled with calcium, fiber, vitamin C and B vitamins.
Here are a few of my favorite Collard recipes:
1 bunch of collard greens, washed
6 carrots, washed and trimmed
1 lemon, peeled
1 apple, washed
Run all the fruits and veggies through your juicer and then serve over ice.