How sauteed greens are ‘a big deal’ for saute-eaters
Here are the sauteeds that you can get for less than $30 each: The sauteeed collards.
They are one of my favorite greens and a big deal in this country.
They have a lot of sweetness and some texture.
You can buy kale for a couple bucks, or they’re usually cheaper.
The sautéed collas.
These are usually smaller, and often a bit sweeter than kale.
The collard green.
These come in a lot smaller than kale and are a great way to add a little more crunch to a salad.
The dill pickle.
These pickles are a classic pickle, but they can be quite spicy.
They can also be a little spicy.
The parsnip pickle .
You can also buy these, but I wouldn’t bother with them, because they’re a bit more sweet than kale, and are quite spicy!
They can be a bit crunchy and can be hard to get.
The pickled cabbage.
These small, crunchy cabbage are a little bit sweier than kale or collard.
They’re also very tasty.
The mustard pickle (I’m going to be using this one).
These pickled pickles can be made to go in a casserole dish.
They don’t have much flavor, but you can use them to garnish a salad, or as a dressing for vegetables.
They tend to be quite sweet, so you can make them a little sweeter to give a bit of extra crunch to the salad.
There are so many varieties of sautees that I haven’t even touched on.
The main thing I’ve found is that they’re all so versatile and delicious, so I’ll be looking forward to trying more of them.