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 (kŏl′ərdz) or collard greens
Leaves of collard, eaten as a vegetable.
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Noun1.collards - kale that has smooth leaves
cole, kail, kale - coarse curly-leafed cabbage
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Collards numerous service accomplishments in ACRL/EBSS include serving as chair of EBSS, and as a member and chair of numerous EBSS committees.
Heirloom collards are harder to find than you might expect.
People are usually so thankful to be tricked into collards.
Less bitter than kale and smoother than collards, BroccoLeaf stands out with its own personality.
The family of dark green leafy vegetables includes spinach, kale, collards, mustard greens, beet greens, broccoli, and lettuces, such as romaine, arugula, butterhead, and red leaf.
You can grow quick crops of kale and collards in spring, while the weather is cool, and then plant them a second time in late summer for harvesting after temperatures drop in fall.
We feed each other collards and kisses in bed while pot liquor absorbs
Since legumes fix nitrogen in the soil, and green peas and snap beans will vacate their rows before mid-summer, I pencil in mustard, turnips, collards, and kale for the same rows.
The only foods that even come close: spinach, collards, and some other sister greens.
stirring frequently, until the collards are bright green and just
But the complex came back on the market, the Collards put in an offer, it was accepted and the transaction has now gone through.