Sauteed Collard Greens in Red Wine Vinegar

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Sauteed collard greens in red wine vinegar simply must be tasted to be believed. Make sauteed collar greens in red wine vinegar with help from a chef, nutritional health counselor and crusader for better school food in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Diane Hoch from The Food Evolution. Today, we are going to be making collard greens with red wine vinegar. Collard greens are one of my favorite foods and I'm so glad to be sharing a recipe with you because so many people don't know about collard greens and how wonderfully you can make them taste, not to mention the fact that they're super food; full of calcium, fiber, really good phytonutrients. So, we're going to be using of course, the collard greens today. Look at the beautiful leaf. And in this recipe, we're going to sautee them in coconut oil, minced garlic, raisins, our red wine vinegar and of course, we have a little vinegar we need, some maple syrup to even that out, salt, sea salt, black pepper, fresh thyme and then some water. So, we're using coconut oil. Coconut oil is such a delicious oil; it is really wonderful for your gut health, it raises good cholesterol, it's an amazing saturated fat, full of healthy fats that we need to eat. And we're going to put in a tablespoon of minced garlic, a few cloves in there. We're going to add raisins. I love raisins. So, raisins in this dish add a little sweetness. Here's our red wine vinegar and red wine vinegar really good for your gut health. Ohh! Here we go, got a little heat going on there in your pan, cooking up those raisins. Just a teaspoon of maple syrup. Maple syrup comes from trees, it's a real food, it's pretty much a whole food 'cause you're just boiling it down, you know, 'till that syrup. That's so sweet and delicious. And here we have our recipe for the base; fresh thyme. I love herbs, you know, herbs and spices, something we just don't use enough of in our food. It awakens your palette, it awakens your whole metabolism. We'll just throw some salt and pepper, little sea salt, a little pepper, always add a little zing. And then, we're going to add our collard greens. So, you have the base here and these collard greens, wonderful flavors going on and it's going to steam on through. And a little water; so, we're adding some water in here and then we're going to close the top and we're going to steam this. And look how nice our greens cooked down. So, you twirl it around and, oh my gosh, oh it smells so good. I wish you could smell that, but I hope you are going to smell it. So, you're going to make this dish yourself at home and then you're going to smell it, it's so yummy. Collard greens with red wine vinegar. It has garlic, raisins, some maple syrup, yummy, easy ingredients in there. What a delicious side dish to any meal and energizing. I could just eat this whole thing right now, [Laugh]. I'm Diane Hoch from The Food Evolution. I hope you enjoyed watching this video and stay tuned, check us out for some more recipes on


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