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  1. Cooking with Collard Greens

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    July 29, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    Collard greens are often associated with heavy Southern cooking which can include a lot of fattening pork and/or bacon. Here’s …
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  2. My Famous Basil Pesto

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    July 29, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    My basil is simple, straight-forward, traditional, easy and delicious! I usually have about three different basils going in my garden …
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  3. Garden Gazpacho

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    July 29, 2013 by Hope Gardens

      Use those over-ripe tomatoes in this light Spanish Gazpacho. Garden Gazpacho   INGREDIENTS   2 pounds very ripe tomatoes, …
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  4. Braised Zucchini w/ Cherry Tomatoes

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    July 29, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    “There are things you do because they feel right & they make no sense & they make no money & …
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  5. Your Hope Garden Guide to Juicing/Smoothie Gardens

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    January 1, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    Click here for your free download: Your Hope Garden Guide to Juicing/Smoothie Gardens Happy New Year! I am wanting to …
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  6. My favorite green juice

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    September 11, 2012 by Hope Gardens

    Stay tuned for a Hope Gardens Winter Juice/Smoothie Garden Plan. Get our the juicer! This makes 3 glasses of juice. …
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  7. Radish – From Seed to Plate

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    August 3, 2012 by Hope Gardens

    Plant, harvest and prepare radishes with this handy how-to guide. HOW TO PLANT & HARVEST Radishes are winter veggies. Plant …
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  8. Cooking with Kale

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    December 28, 2010 by Hope Gardens

    Kale, like other greens, can be juiced with carrots and pureed raw in fruit smoothies…and hardly tasted by children and the green-phobic.
    Here’s a great recipe for kale chips from www.food-loves-wine.com. Follow Sara on Twitter too. http://twitter.com/#!/foodloveswine.


  9. Cooking Swiss Chard

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    December 17, 2010 by Hope Gardens

    To prepare Swiss Chard, after cleansing well, pull leaves away from thick stalks. Chop the stalks up and then tear the leaves in smaller pieces.