Vitamin and mineral-rich collard greens hold up well to extended cooking, thanks to their thick leaves.
With its array of antioxidants, adding spinach to any dish gives it a nutritional boost.
Cook vitamin K-rich chard with onion, garlic, raisins, pine nuts, red pepper flakes, and a splash of vinegar.
Purslane makes a lovely, crisp addition to salads. And it's rich in omega-3s.
Not only is kale a powerful ally to your health, it also handles any intense flavors you throw its way.
Have an abundance of bitter greens in your fridge? Turn them into this dish, a Roman classic.
If a kale-centric salad isn't your thing, try mixing it with snap peas and a bright passion fruit vinaigrette.
This multi-generation collard greens recipe gets a meat-free twist from shiitake mushrooms.
Whether in the country or city, you'll encounter purslane in unexpected places. Just keep your eyes open.
Gardening provides opportunities to seek delight in transient things, like the giant leaves of mustard greens.