Special Recipe for Braised Mustard Greens

This is a recipe for Braised Mustard Greens.
My daughter absolutely loves this!

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Onions, garlic scapes and/or chives
Mustard greens
Bacon fat or coconut oil
Grated fresh ginger
Black pepper
Sea salt

Sauté chopped onion, garlic scapes and chives in bacon fat or coconut oil on low heat. Chop the mustard greens. You may include flowers, but remove woody stems if present. Turn off heat. Stir in mustard greens and keep stirring until greens begin to wilt. Stir in fresh grated ginger, pepper and serve.

The mustard greens are packed with B vitamins, sulfur and other minerals. Cooking them slightly removes the bitterness. Adding the black pepper helps your body absorb the nutrients in the fresh ginger.

If you would like to learn more about how to eat for better health and how to grow food more easily, I encourage you to watch my DVD, Food As Medicine Part 5: Abundant Health. This is a video of a lecture series put on with Backyard Abundance. Fred Meyer, a master gardener from Backyard Abundance talks about growing food using the principles from Square Food Gardening and Permaculture. I talk about how what we eat can improve or worsen our health. It has two great lectures.

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