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How To Cook Radish Greens - Delicious, Easy, Extremely Nutritious (Paleo, AIP, Keto, Vegan)

How To Cook Radish Greens - Delicious, Easy, Extremely Nutritious (Paleo, AIP, Keto, Vegan)

Did you know that radish greens are not only edible, but they are also delicious and are strikingly more nutritious than the radish roots? The greens have significantly higher amounts of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A precursors, iron, and calcium as well as a robust antioxidant profile from flavonoids. 

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Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Stuffed with Guacamole and Greens (AIP, Paleo)

Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Stuffed with Guacamole and Greens (AIP, Paleo)

Chicken and guacamole go so well together, why not add bacon for good measure? If you loved my guacamole-stuffed chicken nuggets, you will love this recipe! It can be a complete low-carb meal if you desire, or pair with tostones

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Chunky Bacon and Kale Stir Fry

Chunky Bacon and Kale Stir Fry

Today Tina from Oh Snap, Let's Eat! is sharing a simple staple recipe with us: chunky bacon and kale stir fry! I cannot even count how many times I have eaten a meal almost exactly like this since going paleo. This is a GREAT way to make your leafy greens more palatable and to help you get excited about eating them often. Also, if you are trying to include more bone broth in your diet, you can add a little (or a lot) to this recipe. Enjoy!!

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Eat Your Veggies: Easy Wilted Baby Spinach Recipe

Eat Your Veggies: Easy Wilted Baby Spinach Recipe

Cooked leafy greens have been a staple in my diet since I first went paleo in 2010. This is an extremely simple recipe, and one that I make several days a week. It is an easy way to get a ton of nutrition and can be eaten with any meal of the day. I frequently include it as a side dish with eggs and/or bacon for breakfast. Freshly wilted baby spinach is tender, mild, and one of my favorite side dishes. If you are new to including cooked greens in your diet, this is a great recipe to start with. I hope you enjoy it!

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Brazilian Couve à Mineira (Garlicky Collard Greens)

Brazilian Couve à Mineira (Garlicky Collard Greens)

Before I went paleo, I had never cooked leafy greens before in my life. Now, I cook greens at least several times a week (sometimes every day!) and I LOVE eating them. This recipe for garlicky collard greens, the Brazilian dish couve à mineira, is a delicious paleo side dish that goes great with just about anything, and is very easy and fast to prepare, with 4 simple ingredients.

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