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Sonja

I don't know about the pork thing, but I personally don't bother with a home-made salad without real sheep milk feta (so much better than the cowy kind) and red bell peppers.
Also, if you really want to have a perfect, eternal life, you have to eat Kefir. It's delicious if you like the taste of sour milk...
(Can you tell we're going over "diet" in our Bradley class right now?!)

Colleen

I just saw a recipe in the latest issue of Cookie Magazine for lettuce soup. Looks weird, sounds weird but maybe you could give it a try?

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/242226

Also saw these lettuce-inspired recipes there:

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/242225

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/242224

Patti_Mayo

I like my leafy greens with some ranch dressing...that's about the only way I'll eat them...LOL

I have a girlfriend who makes some great smoothies with spinach, coconut water, fresh and frozen berries...they're good...you can't taste the spinach.

Sandy

Ok, if mustard greens can do all that - I might even give it a go. ;)

Sounds like an awesome way to stock a fridge. I've got nothing for you in terms of recipes...but gosh, it sounds yummy.

old horsetail snake

Sprinkle a little feta cheese over your lettuce, tomatoes and greek olives, dribble on some genuine virgin olive oil, and you can eat this near every day.

1mermaid

Here's a fairly quick way to make greens without bacon.

A couple of bunches of greens
Some finely chopped, fresh ginger
Some finely chopped garlic
A dash red pepper flakes
A little oil, butter or margarine

Wash the greens. If you're using big leaves, like mustard or turnip, cut or shred them into small pieces. Also, you might want to remove any tough pieces. If you're using spinach, you don't really have to cut it up.

In a very large pot, heat the oil, butter or margarine. Add the greens and spices. Stir up the greens from the bottom. Keep stirring until all the greens are cooked down - about 5 minutes.

also, see http://vegkitchen.com/recipes/leafy-greens.htm

1mermaid

Here's a fairly quick way to make greens without bacon.

A couple of bunches of greens
Some finely chopped, fresh ginger
Some finely chopped garlic
A dash red pepper flakes
A little oil, butter or margarine

Wash the greens. If you're using big leaves, like mustard or turnip, cut or shred them into small pieces. Also, you might want to remove any tough pieces. If you're using spinach, you don't really have to cut it up.

In a very large pot, heat the oil, butter or margarine. Add the greens and spices. Stir up the greens from the bottom. Keep stirring until all the greens are cooked down - about 5 minutes.

also, see http://vegkitchen.com/recipes/leafy-greens.htm

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