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Ive got tons of collards planted last year i couldnt give them all away can you can them or freeze them or how can you put them up?

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Comment by Christa Nelson on October 11, 2010 at 1:05pm
hi Tony....you can can them like spinach as well as freeze them.......i just googled "preserving collard greens" and got quite a few results
Comment by Kristin Eggerth on October 12, 2010 at 9:16pm
good job christa! i was gonna suggest the same. that's how i researched most of my post harvesting details. i had quite an awesome crop of collards this year as well and they froze perfectly. just chop first and lay on a single layer first then after a bit stiff then i bagged them and froze them. yum yum yum..fresh collards in the winter!! :)


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