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col·lards

 (kŏl′ərdz) or collard greens
pl.n.
Leaves of collard, eaten as a vegetable.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.collard greens - kale that has smooth leaves
cole, kail, kale - coarse curly-leafed cabbage
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The recipe is amenable to other substitutions and adaptations, too: You could use broccoli or cauliflower instead of green beans, kale or collard greens instead of spinach, and so on.
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