Healthy Dark Greens for Supper (video)

This video features an unusual, easy, and very healthy dish for vegans. Start with an assortment of greens of your choice. Sautée them with a mixture of olive oil, orange juice, soy sauce, mirin, and apple cider vinegar.

After a very few minutes of cooking put the greens out on a platter and sprinkle some pomegranate seeds over them.

As a side note, I am a pomegranate gourmand and was fascinated by the easy way shown to get the seeds out of the pomegranate.

Photo credit: Tammy Green

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Moni Ka
Monika K.2 years ago


Ken W.
Ken W.2 years ago


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Jean Smith
Jean Smith5 years ago

Thank you! This looks so easy to put together and so healthy too!

Laurie H.
Laurie H.5 years ago

GREAT POST--- LOVE GREENS-will try this one!~ Thanks!

Lupe G.
Lupe G.5 years ago


Carole H.
Carole Hagen5 years ago



This sounds lovely for all of us green addicts! I will have to find a substitute for the ginger, if my daughter comes to lunch, as she hates ginger! She can't even smell it, without feeling nauseous! Trying to do the full motherly bit, I bought her ginger tablets for morning sickness when she was pregnant, to stave off the nausea and I nearly killed her off! I suppose the ginger is the key ingredient to get the special flavour in this recipe, but, well.. I am sure I will come up with something else! Thanks for the post Cris!

Melinda M.
Past Member 5 years ago

How ironic. I had turnip greens for dinner.

Nancy B.
Nancy B.5 years ago

lovely recipe but I would suggest checking out the recent information on agave syrup. not as healthy as we've been led to believe!