- n. A plant similar to kale which is a popular food in the rural Southern United States.
- n. kale that has smooth leaves
“Green-yellow: avocado, spinach, mustard greens, green beans, and collard greens contain lutein and zeaxanthin, pigments that promote eye and heart health.”
“When we went upcountry, we traveled by train and matatu, with chickens and collard greens and sometimes babies placed in my lap.”
“If a steak is not done to the customer’s satisfaction, that’s pretty easy to fix, but because we make food in such large batches, sometimes an entire pot of collard greens will come out too salty and then we have to recook the whole batch, which is a long process.”
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“Later she would explain that there’d be no way to tell an eighty-something-year-old African-American woman that she couldn’t cook her collard greens until all the nutrients were in the water—or the pot liquor, as her aunt called it.”
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