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Collard Greens

The collard green is a native plant to the Eastern Mediterranean. It is a hearty plant that can stand high heat, and low temperatures. Collard greens taste similar to a cross between cabbage and kale. Collard greens are sometimes just simply referred to as collards. The collard green is a broad leaf plant with smooth leaves that are thick and have a large vein running down the center. They are deep green, sometimes almost blue in color. The edges of the leave can be flat or curled. The collard green is a variety of cabbage that does not for a head, just a loose rosette at the top of each stem. Collards are harvested from the outside leaves, in. Several leaves are left

Marjoram

Marjoram is an ancient annual herb, which is in the mint family. It is related to the oregano. Sometimes, oregano and marjoram is confused, or classified as the same herb, when in fact, they are different. Marjoram has been in use since the times of the Early Greeks. They use to weave marjoram into funeral wreaths and plant it on graves to symbolize love ones happiness in life and beyond. Sweet marjoram is thought to have originated in Northern Africa where it was put into milk, since it was thought to keep it from souring. They are several different types of marjoram that are very common. The first one is sweet marjoram, sometimes called Mary. It has oval, pa

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