Videos about greens
How to prep winter greens (00:37)
Removing the stems from hearty winter greens is a snap! PCC Chef Jackie Freeman shows that the only necessary tool is a firm grip.
Whether you're a novice in the kitchen or an expert chef, winter greens are easy to cook with and can be added to any number of dishes, especially once you get a feel for them. Greens are extremely versatile and can be married to a huge variety of flavors. PCC Chef Lynne Vea walks you through the different varieties of greens and shares some of her favorite recipes.
This recipe is similar to the old children’s story "Stone Soup." Each ingredient is a gift from the remnants of a joyous holiday meal, and the sum of its parts is equally as fulfilling and sumptuous as the original. Happy holidays!
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Of all the leafy greens at PCC, collards tend to be the biggest of the bunch. PCC Nutrition Educator Leika Suzumura demonstrates some tips to make them work for you in the kitchen.
Easy tips for leafy greens (03:43)
Beyond tasting great, leafy greens are good for you in so many ways. They're chock full of nutrients, including vitamins K, A and C, manganese, folate (listen up, pregnant and soon-to-be pregnant ladies!) and calcium. They marry well with a variety of flavors and can pair with nearly any cuisine.
What are your favorite ways to enjoy leafy greens?
Full Circle (04:32)
Full Circle founder Andrew Stout tells us how and why he got into farming and what makes his fresh, organic salad mix so special.