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Turnip Greens: How to Use, Prep & Store

Turnip greens have tender leaves with a peppery, spicy turnip-like flavor. Turnip leaves are smaller and more tender than collards.

Swiss Chard: How to Use, Prep & Store

Swiss chard is a crisp, robust leafy green with a sweet, mildly beet-like taste.

Spinach: How to Use, Prep & Store

Taste: mild, slightly sweet, hearty How to buy: Go for vibrant, crisp dark green spinach leaves. Avoid wilting, bruised or yellowing...

Romaine Lettuce: How to Use, Prep & Store

When you think of lettuce, you're probably envisioning the crispy, crunchy, juicy leaves of Romaine lettuce. Synonymous with salads, its starring role is in Caesar salads.

Kale: How to Use, Prep & Store

Kale is a powerhouse of nutrition and flavor. In terms of popularity, its only rival might be the avocado - king and queen of the vegetable world.

Belgian Endive: How to Use, Prep & Store

Endive is the elegant salad green of the bunch - with clean lines, a smooth texture and a lovely dash of color. A sleek, succulent salad green, it is pleasantly bitter in flavor.

Dandelion Greens: How to Use, Prep & Store

Don’t like the sight of dandelions on your lawn? You’re right – they should be on your plate! Dandelion greens are delicate, with a bitter, peppery flavor.

Collard Greens: How to Use, Prep & Store

Collard greens are robust, hearty greens that are mildly bitter & earthy. Collard greens do well when paired with strong flavors.

Bok Choy: How to Use, Prep & Store

Bok choy is a soft, crunchy leafy green with a mild sweet, nutty flavor.

Butter Lettuce: How to Use, Prep & Store

You might also know it as: Butterhead lettuce, Boston lettuce, and Bibb lettuce Taste: sweet, mild How to...

Arugula: How to Use, Prep & Store

Arugula is a delicious peppery leafy green with a spicy kick. A popular salad green, it adds punch and zip to fresh...

How to Store Fresh Herbs & Make Them Last Longer

To get the most flavor and aroma from your fresh herbs and ensure they keep as long as possible, you need to store them properly.
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Turnip Greens: How to Use, Prep & Store

Turnip greens have tender leaves with a peppery, spicy turnip-like flavor. Turnip leaves are smaller and more tender than collards.

Swiss Chard: How to Use, Prep & Store

Swiss chard is a crisp, robust leafy green with a sweet, mildly beet-like taste.

Spinach: How to Use, Prep & Store

Taste: mild, slightly sweet, hearty How to buy: Go for vibrant, crisp dark green spinach leaves. Avoid wilting, bruised or yellowing...
 
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