Question: I know collard greens are staple food in the south of United States and I would like to try a few recipes. I’m from Washington State and my supermarket sells collard greens on a regular basis, but I don’t know what to look for quality, and how to select them. Can you help me? Sent by Jennifer
Editor: Look for nice green leaves with no blemishes or dark spots. If they aren’t wilted, then you know they’re fresh. Place collard greens in a zip-top bag and refrigerate so they should keep well for up to five days.
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