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Re: was Northern vs. Southern Blooms now Giant Red Mustard

Sounds good to me.

In a message dated 01/03/2005 4:22:57 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
pulis@mindspring.com writes:
Next time you have a mess of greens, try this from my New Orleans friend.
She'd put a tiny bit of sesame oil in the bottom of a pot, and add some
slivered garlic and let it get hot, then throw in a potful of washed greens
and slap the lid on them and turn off the heat.  When they were wilted,
she'd add a drib of good vinegar and toss them. Yum! That one is good with
chinese cabbage or whatever when you're craving greens in the middle of
winter, too.

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