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Collards are very high in protein and calcium. Store bright collards in a kitchen towel in the refrigerator until ready to use. The delicate leaves typically won’t stay fresh for more than three days, but you can blanch them for 15 seconds and freeze for future use.

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Rutabaga is more than just a local paddle sports store. It's also a root vegetable that resembles a large turnip, and is considered to be a cross between a turnip and a cabbage. It has a bit of a cabbage taste, but also a flavor that is more mild than a turnip. 

It can be used in soups, salads, casseroles, quiches, in pizzas, stir-fries, or with a dip, you name it. "It's kind of an all-purpose vegetable," said Meg Kelly of High Meadow Farm CSA.

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