When you’re at the grocery store and it looks like all the canned greens are in the aisle, it’s time to cut your greens
Posted September 30, 2018 05:51:20 When I was younger, I used to make my own canned collards and greens.
I would have some chickpeas, tomatoes, and green beans and mix them all together in a blender.
I used a lot of water, as I liked to keep the greens on the shelf for a long time.
But now that I’m older, I’m more interested in buying fresh produce.
I buy a lot and don’t want to buy the canned stuff anymore.
I don’t really need the canned collars anymore.
But I know I can make my greens fresh again if I really need them, and I’ll definitely make sure to have them on hand at all times.
The other day, I had some chick, spinach, and kale in my fridge and I decided to give them a quick spin and make a few quick greens for lunch.
The greens were great, and they tasted really good.
So I just made a couple batches for lunch and I’m sure I’ll make them again, just as long as they’re not going to make me sick.