Types of Cooking Greens — From Collard Greens to Turnip Greens
By Molly Watson
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Like turnip greens and beet greens, kohlrabi greens are the leaves from a root vegetable that are tremendously, deliciously edible. Like beet greens, they are usually only available when sold attached to their roots. Use them in place of any hearty cooking green or cut into thin ribbons and serve with a strong dressing as a salad.
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