Super Simple Seasonal Greens

big-plate-of-greensHardy cold season greens are one of the most nutritious of vegetables. They are full of fiber and rich in vitamins and minerals. Try this recipe or make up your own. Eating them regularly will help prevent SAD (Seasonal Affected Disorder) in the low light winter months. Eat greens regularly to enhance your health, cleanse your liver and colon.

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Super Simple Seasonal Greens
 
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Serves: 2 - 4
Ingredients
Seasonal Greens such as:
  • Swiss Chard
  • Kale
  • Collard
  • Mustard greens
  • Dandelion greens
  • Nettle greens
  • Lamb Quarters
  • Turnip greens
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Sweet Potato
  • Spinach
  • Arugula
  • Olive oil – organic, cold pressed
  • Umeboshi Plum Vinegar (you can get this wonderful sour, salty vinegar at the health food store), Apple Cider Vinegar, or Lemon Juice
Instructions
  1. Bring 1 inch of water to a boil in a medium size pot. Place steamer insert into pot.
  2. Wash greens and cut center stems out. (You can cook the stems; just add them to the pot first and allow more cooking time).
  3. Place three or more leaves on top of each other and slice in long 1 inch strips. Slice once more lengthwise until all the greens are cut.
  4. Once water has come to a boil, add greens to pot and place lid on top. Steam for 1-2 minutes or until the greens are bright green and tender. When a fork or knife pokes through greens easily, the greens are ready.
  5. Remove from pot and place in bowl. Toss with 1-2 tablespoons olive oil and Umeboshi plum vinegar or sour condiment to taste.
Other Options:
  1. Toss the greens with butter, minced garlic and pine nuts.
  2. Toss greens with sun-dried tomatoes, black olives and feta cheese.
  3. Toss with organic raw cream, butter, white pepper and nutmeg.

Comments

  1. Vail Dixon says

    I love what you are doing and we share a very similar path.

    I am in VA but hope to work with you and connect in person!

    KEEP SHINING,

    Vail Dixon
    Simple Soil Solutions

    • Amanda says

      Thank you, Vail! I look forward to our path connecting as well. Thank you for your kind comments. Look me up if you are ever in Texas. Blessings, Amanda

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