View Poll Results: What is your favorite green and leafy thing to eat?

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  • Popeye's favorite! SPINACH!!

    3 33.33%
  • kale

    0 0%
  • cabbage (specify variety)

    3 33.33%
  • lettuce (specify variety)

    0 0%
  • Green things are WRONG. None of the above.

    0 0%
  • Something else completely (specify)

    0 0%
  • ALL OF THE GREENS! GIVE US MOAR!!!

    3 33.33%
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Thread: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

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    Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    What leafy thing do you like best?


    And what is your fave way to prepare it?
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Sauteed allllllllllllllll the greens
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Cabbage. Just plain ol' cabbage cabbage.

    Sauerkraut, stir-fry (much cheaper than bok choy, pennies compared to dollars, same effect), soup, coleslaw, salad, so multi-purpose there is always one in the fridge.

    Spinach comes in a close second, but is more of a luxury item in the house.
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Quote Originally Posted by B. de Corbin View Post
    Cabbage. Just plain ol' cabbage cabbage.

    Sauerkraut, stir-fry (much cheaper than bok choy, pennies compared to dollars, same effect), soup, coleslaw, salad, so multi-purpose there is always one in the fridge.
    I do this thing where I fry shredded cabbage (and garlic and onion) in butter, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, and cayenne pepper until its almost translucent and sort of carmelized. The hubby loves it.
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Quote Originally Posted by thalassa View Post
    I do this thing where I fry shredded cabbage (and garlic and onion) in butter, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, and cayenne pepper until its almost translucent and sort of carmelized. The hubby loves it.
    That DOES sound good. It may be on a menu in the near future...
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Quote Originally Posted by thalassa View Post
    I do this thing where I fry shredded cabbage (and garlic and onion) in butter, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, and cayenne pepper until its almost translucent and sort of carmelized. The hubby loves it.
    Try that exact dish again, but add parsnips and potatoes, and swap the brown sugar for honey. Ancient norse dish - straight from the frying pan to your stomach! (the dish I'm used to isn't spicy though - but everything should be)
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Quote Originally Posted by thalassa View Post
    I do this thing where I fry shredded cabbage (and garlic and onion) in butter, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, and cayenne pepper until its almost translucent and sort of carmelized. The hubby loves it.
    THAT sounds very tasty..
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Thal that's how I do my cabbage. I like to add kielbasa or bacon in with mine and roasted potatoes. I really just like greens and potatoes.
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Quote Originally Posted by kalynraye View Post
    Thal that's how I do my cabbage. I like to add kielbasa or bacon in with mine and roasted potatoes. I really just like greens and potatoes.
    Sometimes I do potatoes and apples with it.
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    Re: Food Poll #10: What is your go-to green?

    Stop,please stop,your making me hungry....
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