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2008-01-13 23:48:06
2008-01-13 23:48:06

Collard Greens INGREDIENTS * 6 ounces salt pork * 8 cups water * salt to taste * 2 bunches collard greens * 1/2 cup cider vinegar * 4 teaspoons white sugar

DIRECTIONS # Place the pork, water and salt in a medium size pot. Bring to a boil over medium high heat. Skim off any fat that rises to the top. Reduce temperature to low and let simmer for 30 minutes. # Meanwhile, prepare greens. Discard damaged or yellow parts of leaves. Cut away the tough ends from each leaf. Place greens in a colander, and wash thoroughly until rinse water is clear of dirt. Fold each leaf in half at its center vein, fold over once or twice more, then cut in half. # Stir prepared greens into the simmering liquid. Let simmer all together for approximately 1 hour over low heat. Ladle into shallow bowls, and add sugar and cider vinegar to each bowl. Serve.

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