Fall Food Trends: Kale + Vegetarian recipes

| April 5, 2012 | 23 Comments

Learn how to cook collard greens, kale and more vegetarian side dish recipes. Leafy greens can be tricky to cook! Janel’s Vegetarian Kitchen Blog – www.diet.com Featuring leafy greens you may not know how to cook, Janel shows you how to cook using kale, collard greens, and bok choy. Check Out Diet.com Video! Diet.com: www.diet.com Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel – www.youtube.com Go behind the scenes w/ Sarah’s Blog- www.diet.com Twitter twitter.com Facebook: www.new.facebook.com iTunes: tinyurl.com Sarah’s Fitness Blog – www.examiner.com

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  1. pamelaschm2 says:

    By all means eat them how you want but before reporting or making a video do your research!!

  2. pamelaschm2 says:

    By the way you can eat them by themselves, and you do not have to cook them….in fact, cooking them takes away alot of great nutritional qualities of the greens and all…..

  3. nemoryer says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this video. Thank you.  How long do you boil the greens for? You did not mention the oven temp for the bokchoy?
    ALSO, how do I get a written transcript of this video please? Easier to refer to in my kitchen when I want to cook the greens.

  4. mrbeaverstate says:

    Kale or collard stir fry. Olive oil, white onions,tomatoes, peas green beans, asparagas. Add all to a hot pan for a few minutes, then add greens until just tender. Add salt, pepper etc.Tasty & healthy. Omit salt if necessary.

  5. lancebub says:

    Swiss chard is a great vegetable.

    Additionally Swiss chard is a pretty plant and is super easy to grow if you have a place to grow it. Last year I put Swiss Chard seeds out in March. If you harvest outer leaves – it will keep putting out leaves from the middle. I had Swiss Chard until after the first hard frost in November. Gave bunches of it away, too.

    I cook it the way the girls did. It pairs well with soy sauce, too.

  6. coptocook says:

    Very Good

  7. deedevinebrake says:

    fantastic, thanks for sharing

  8. manhuntsoap says:

    What’s bak choy. 白菜? Lol?!

  9. SarahsFabChannel says:

    it doesn’t strip all the nutrients, but yes steaming is better.

  10. healthyvegan says:

    This looks easy and quick. You can buy canned beans that weren’t cooked in salt, too. They will taste better and be more digestible.

  11. collarenvy says:

    the comments below me
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  12. sk8ingchamp says:

    The bok choy looks tasty, but the other recipies are ruined with the fattening chik peas, raisins, and nuts.

  13. sk8ingchamp says:

    lol!!!!! I kinda know what you mean; the kale dish does look like puke. I just make some salad with some pretty red peppers and tomatoes (it looks pretty!).

  14. becckii says:

    god i wanna slap her so bad lol

  15. OTmoe says:

    It looks so unbelievable ugly. :)
    I like healthy food, but not if it looks so ugly.

  16. Chick6517 says:

    Haha that’s cool very entertaining to watch especially when i’m at work right now! I need to start watching more of youtube. YOUTUBE has EVERYTHING!

  17. janetlovesu says:

    You know I really enjoy Kale paired with a spicy italian sausage. By itself or in a soup. But now I’m thinking of trying the turkey or chicken sausage as a healthy alternative.

    Really love what you do….as a foodie, I know now you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to be healthy. And the exercises are fun too!

  18. pinkpurple3 says:

    happy st patts!!!!
    and the last one looks so good. i’ll have to tell my mom about it :)

  19. somethingsmatter says:

    great recipes. i didn’t know how to cook these dark greens

  20. goescrunchxxx says:

    She’s FIT and HEALTHY. FFS, part of the problem with this world is this gender-stereotyping. Bodies of the different sexes come in various shapes and sizes. What matters is we try to live HEALTHILY, fighting any health issues we may have.

  21. goescrunchxxx says:

    I get most of my veg recipes/tips from “Veg Web”, and theses podcasts on iTunes: Alternative Vegan, Delicious TV Veg, and The Vegan Cooking School – They have SO many good recipes and tips. Just stay away from over-indulging on the vegan/vegetarian junk foods, like the sweets. I had trouble staying from those when I lived with my sister because I was also cooking for a bunch of kids, and they always wanted cakes, cookies, brownies, etc.

  22. sparrerbyrd says:

    You’re a bad cook.

  23. pinkgulf22 says:

    on ggod St.Patrick day treat is to eat green vegies and use green dye on stuff! Don’t forget to wear grren so you will not be pinched!

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