LE A F Y 🍃 G R E E N S 🍃 - arguably one of the most important food categories for our health and well-being, yet it’s likely the one veggie we can’t get enough of.....
I try to get #leafygreens in daily - I may snack on a #kalesalad (pictured 👆🏼) or add #spinach and #kale to #eggs or #avotoast or even #zoodles and if that doesn’t happen, I always take #Spirulina and #Chlorella tabs as back up 💁🏻♀️.
Have you gotten your #leafygreens in yet?? 🕺
Picture isn’t the best because honestly I was just watching the wasps enjoy the goldenrod. Mushroom stroganoff with seitan and sautéed collard greens. This was my first time ever making stroganoff, at my sons request, and it came out delicious! I will definitely be making this again! #mushroomstroganoff
You don’t need meat to season your collard greens. Spices, herbs, peppers, garlic n other foods can really bring out the flavor in a dish. Believe it or not I found the dandelion greens gives it that smoky taste when combined with the sautéed veggies that some enjoy when using smoked meats. Trying collared and dandelion greens with chilies combo today. 🤫
Collards are an excellent source of vitamin C, and calcium, a rich source of vitamin K, and a good source of iron, vitamin B6, and magnesium. Dandelion greens can be eaten cooked or raw and serve as an excellent source of vitamins A, C and K. 😀
When life gives you 15 pounds of peppers and 2 bags of collards: You create! ANDDDDD by LIFE, I mean @thequeensheba! A person who has inspired me to pick up reading, writing, AND challenging myself in the kitchen! Thankful for the creators. 🌻
Avocado Sandwich in a collard green wrap from @christopherskitchen 🥬🥑🍅. I love that they offer collard green wraps to substitute with bread because it is the perfect way to enjoy the sandwiches I love without the excess carbs. 😋