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"Sounds right... Many people omit the vinegar but that is the best part... Then take the pot liquer and the next time you make rice or beans boil it in that.. "- MsMerri
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Check leaves of greens carefully; remove pulpy stems and discolored spots on leaves. Wash thoroughly in several changes of warm water; add a little salt to the last rinse. Put greens in colander to drain. Cook salt pork, covered, about 10 minutes in 1/2 cup boiling salted water. Add greens, a few at a time; cover and cook slowly until greens are tender. Do not overcook. Serve with vinegar. NOTE: An alternate method is to wash greens carefully and put them into a large cooker with only the water that clings to leaves. Add salt and bacon drippings after the greens have cooked tender. SOURCE: Southern Living Magazine, April, 1974. Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V4 #082 by Simps
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Decar48 2 years agoDon't try making this in the slow cooker because it took 4 hrs on high. Other recipes at different sites are better.
MsMerri 2 years agoSounds right... Many people omit the vinegar but that is the best part... Then take the pot liquer and the next time you make rice or beans boil it in that..